This ancient practice is trending, according to the NYT

Last weekend, the New York Times revealed that the ancient practice of burning incense is trending. Turns out that sales of the precious scent have soared during the pandemic, “offering a kind of escape, opening up increasingly claustrophobic spaces and rendering them, if only for a moment, beautifully unfamiliar.”

So today we’re serving up all kinds of gorgeous fragrances to fill your home with warmth – from our bestselling incense, back in stock from India and available in three intoxicating scents; to a candle bursting with grapefruit, patchouli, and vetiver; and a perfume that isn’t even a perfume, from the cheeky Christophe Laudamiel. 


Get lost in a world of color in Veggies Veggies Veggies, which combines magnificent recipes from chefs around the world with curated music for each dish. It’s part city guide, part cook book for travelers who love to eat.



It’s back in stock! Our favorite tree-free organic toilet paper by PlantPaper is the cleanest, smartest way to wipe your butt. Silky and strong – it leaves no trace. Don't your peachy front and back bits deserve this kind of love?

$16 for 8


We’ve taken a new delivery of Montroi’s opulent Saffran Sandal incense sticks – thanks for your patience! A warm, woody, spicy scent that encapsulates the memory of iconic palaces in Jaipur, they are handmade by a community of women following an artisanal process that has been passed through generations since the times of the ancient silk route.



Beyl’s Firm & Revitalise eye cream has been specially formulated for men, to deeply moisturize the skin around the eyes, reducing the appearance of circles, puffiness, and wrinkles. We ask you this: who DOESN’T need that in their lives?



Made by Casa Posta, the geniuses behind our signature petitgrain hand sanitizer, this giant candle burns with the delicious scent of grapefruit, patchouli, and vetiver. Its packaging is equally elegant – this beauty is hand poured in a heavy glass vessel using flat weave cotton wicks, and packaged in a 100% environmentally friendly box.



"Perfumer of the future" Christophe Laudamiel wanted to create a scent you could wear in places that forbid perfumes, or when you just don’t feel like smelling perfume but still enjoy smells. Make sense? This is the result. No Perfume is not a perfume – it’s the uncomplicated but delicious smell of wood, leather, and smoke. Nothing more. Nothing less.



Designed with tortilla Espanol in mind, this handmade brass server can be used for anything you care to slice. Cake? Pie? It has you covered. Elegantly.



The Musa ring by Vera Klau is a delicately curvy piece. Handmade in Spain using rhodium-plated sterling silver, we only have a few left. Available in one size.



This is a rare opportunity to own a piece of art by the celebrated Stuart Sandford, who examines the concept of male sexual exploration during adolescence, and whose collectors include Sir Elton John. The Maya Blue Head Miniature Adlocutio (relic) is one of a limited edition of 10, signed and numbered on the base – and there are just six left.


10. ART

Chris Redmond Ford’s Wild Flowers Grow Anyway is painted on unstretched canvas, giving it a raw, fragile beauty that will take your breath away. Stunning.


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