Elevate your everyday living and entertaining with this special edition candle from NEST. This exquisitely fragranced scent will transport you to the glamorous world of Palm Beach brought to life by renowned fine art photographer Gray Malin's captivating imagery and the smell of crushed coconut and sparkling bergamot paired with rich amber over a base of vanilla-infused musk. Add to your collection today!
Scent Type: Fruity Tropical
NEST Gray Malin Coconut and Palm Classic Candle (Special Edition)
One wick candle
Key Notes: Crushed coconut and sparkling bergamot are mingled with rich amber over a base of vanilla-infused musk
Measures: 3.5” D x 4.125” H
Weight: 8.1 oz
Approx. burn time: 50-60 hours
- One of kind hand-blown glass vessel
Made in the USA
Sold Exclusively on the Monterey Peninsula at Augustina’s Designer Boutique in Carmel-by-the-Sea, California.
History of NEST:
Laura Slatkin has a unique approach to fragrance, artfully blending notes of the familiar, the exotic, and the unexpected for a fragrance experience like no other. As a pioneer and driving force in the home fragrance industry since the 1992 launch of Slatkin & Co., the first American luxury home fragrance brand, Laura’s reputation is unparalleled. Woven throughout all of Laura’s work is her classical style, discerning taste, and unique sense of creativity. Her longstanding and impactful contributions to the home fragrance industry earned her the Fragrance Foundation’s Game Changer Award in 2019.
Laura is committed to advancing the field of autism. Her son, David, is severely impacted by the disorder. In 2003, along with her husband and close colleagues, she co-founded NEXT for AUTISM, an organization dedicated to transforming the national landscape of services for people living with autism. In addition to serving as Board Chair, Laura serves on the Board of Trustees of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, the Board of Directors of Columbia University Department of Psychiatry, Hunter College Autism Research and Policy Board, as well as other NYC-based charitable organizations.