Friday, June 03, 2016

Jo Malone x Marthe Armitage Collection

Jo Malone x Marthe Armitage Collection

Summer is in the air and no collection quite encapsulates the feeling of a Britain, once the sun is shinning as the newly launched Jo Malone, Marthe Armitage range. Four beautiful, British heritage inspired products that have been scented with four of Jo Malone's best selling fragrances and feature both bath and body products, combined with super sweet home additions. I dare you to pass up this sweetly presented selection in-store and not go a little weak in the knees.

Jo Malone x Marthe Armitage Collection

From drawer liners (how old school and utterly useful - I mean who doesn't want their clothing to be scented of Jo Malone product each and every day?), to a tomato fragranced candle and if that is not enough their is a mini collection of four Jo Malone soaps and the most luxurious bath oil I have ever tried.

Jo Malone x Marthe Armitage Collection

No the collection doesn't feature too many new items as such but it does offer the most avid of Jo Malone collectors (or those looking to indulge) the chance to own one of their favourite items in the most divine packaging yet. Speaking of the packaging the super twee, darling designs have been created by print maker Marthe Armitage - a talented designer who has been hand creating traditional print press papers from her home since the 1950's. The exclusive Marthe Armitage print for Jo Malone (you can spot it on the limited edition Jo Malone boxes and the bath oil) is called The Full Summer Afternoon, it features all sorts of wildlife, a bee keeper and a full game of croquet - if it does leave you longing for a Strawberry Split and a jug of Pimms, I'm not sure what will.

You can find the entire Jo Malone and Marthe Armitage limited edition collection here - link.

If afternoon tea is more your calling than a rousing game of croquet, then the new Jo Malone Rare Teas collection is not to be missed - read more here.

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