Evernia (Latin for oakmoss) is described as a “modern take on a classic and is in keeping with our gender-free philosophy.”
“The overall impression is of soft interlacing flowers; lily, freesia, orris and violet, fanned with the unmistakable aroma and tenacity of oakmoss. Moroccan rose adds sweetness and from cardamom, an intense wave of spice.”
Ombres Intensivo is exclusive to Fortnum & Mason, and contains top notes of orange absolute, bergamot and Sicilian lime; heart notes of orris, jasmine, rose and orchid oil; and a base of sandalwood, musk, amber and patchouli. The scent is a higher concentration of Jardin d'Ombre.
Ormonde Jayne have also launched their annual festive candle collection, which features designs by illustrator, Mark Wilkie. The Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity will receive a 10% donation from each candle sold from the Ormonde Jayne boutique.
The three candles, which will be available until the end of 2021, and include:
Nocture: "Inspired by the embers from an open log fire with pine cones and cedar wood and embers this candle spreads a beautiful smooth warm scent, like a fine cognac. Made with tonka, pink pepper and amber, added depth and richness come from cardamom and sandalwood."
Etoile: "Warms up your room with festive bright notes of mandarin, bay, amber, tonka and cinnamon, creating a perfect Christmas scent. "
Mystere: "Ormonde Jayne’s third scented candle will spread comfort and joy this festive season with tea notes. Founder Linda Pilkington says 'The perfume lifts out and sings in perfect harmony, sparkling and enveloping your room.'"
Lastly, Ormonde Jayne has recently launched in South Korea, at the Lotte Main Department Store. Founder & creator Linda Pilkington says "I have always recognised Korea as being a unique destination in the Far East; it's not only growing exponentially with an influential market, but it also manages to retain a very individual niche style; the emphasis is innovation and personal taste. This is really at the heart of Ormonde Jayne's DNA with our innovative use of rarely used ingredients, so it's a perfect fit. There has also been this reciprocal love affair between Korean and British cultures for many years, and it's here to stay!"