After creating perfumes for Louis Vuitton back in 2016, master perfumer Jacques Cavallier Belletrud has developed a set of four scented candles for the French fashion house.

The ceramic pots that house the candles have been designed by Marc Newson, who crafted the bottles of Les Parfum Louis Vuitton. Each candle has a handle made of natural leather, which is attached via metal studs, with a gold-finish metal lid doubling as a coaster.

Belletrud's aim was to capture nature's scent and translate it into a fragrance that fits the storied house's essence. The candles were envisioned as buildings with open windows, with a "poetic breeze blowing in from the outside and gently lapping."

Each candle embodies a different natural experience. L'Air du Jardin invokes the spirit of rosebuds, Île Blanche the feeling of warm sun and fresh cotton, Feuilles d'Or of a walk through forests, and Dehors Il Neige of fires on a snowy winter night.

The candles will retail at $185 and are available to buy from November 5 online and in selected stores.

Do you like the design of the candles? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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