Smell: black currant, peach blossom, jasmine rice, cardamom and white cedar
In the French language, LES is the plural article used for both masculine and feminine nouns.
It is also the acronym for one of New York City’s most vibrant neighborhoods—picking up on notes of rice powder, peach blossom, cardamom, cedar and Asian pear, to name just a few of its many notes. All in all, this scent is an unexpected, non-binary, cross-cultural, olfactive exploration—embracing the eclecticism that is the Lower East Side.
Coconut and beeswax blend with braided cotton wick, in glossy black glass tumbler.
Comes in embossed matte pink carton.
8.5 ounces (240g). 3.4 inches (8.6cm) tall
Approximately 50 hours of combustionMore info
In 2016, born in Los Angeles, Boy smells in the kitchen of his co-founders Matthew Herman and David Kien.
After a journey in fashion and design, the two begin to imagine a collection of candles wrapped in rose, designed beyond binary sex.
Fragrances invented by the founders like Cinderose, a union of rose and smoke, and Gardener, a compilation of vine tomato and honeysuckle, envelop traditionally masculine scents in a prettier bouquet. Burn expectations, release clear intentions.
Boy Smells candles are all developed and designed in Pico Union, Los Angeles with natural fragrances and oils, all natural coconut wax, and a blend of beeswax. The candles are hand poured into a reusable glass container and hand labeled in Los Angeles, California.