ØY, Norwegian for ‘island’. Silken lakes, secluded islands, silent forests. Memories of rowing to a deserted island, the slippery touch of damp rockmoss underfoot, and the fragrant green embrace of dog-rose and crabapples.
LEMPI, Old Finnish for ‘love’. In the days when love was shamelessly romantic and best savoured in black and white. A timeless blend of rose and strawberries, garden peony and oakmoss.
RO, Scandinavian for ‘tranquility’. Peace, calm and tranquility from the kingdoms of Denmark, Norway and Sweden. A subtle symphony of fresh grass and crumpled leaves, ambered woods and hidden blankets in the dunes.