Enter a genie bottle. Groovy, mellowed-out patchouli seems to sparkle in contact with bright grapefruit oil and the vanilla-like sweetness of tonka absolute. This fragrance is a wearable art piece that floats above the flotsam and jetsam of life. Endlessly welcoming, it's a rallying endorsement of the power of inspiration to overcome obstacles; you’re never homeless, only restless.3
Lush Rentless is listed as "coming soon", and will (probably) be available for a limited time in 30 ml or in a 12g solid.
1. The Kitchen is where Lush UK releases "small batches of exclusive products", sometimes for fun, sometimes to test new products, sometimes to release old ones for a limited time. The perfumes are usually in plainer packaging than the regular Gorilla Perfumes line.
2. Volume 4 was inspired by time that Lush's Simon Constantine spent with Dallas-based artist Hal Samples. You can find several related videos on the Gorilla Perfumes Islington Facebook page. The fragrances were all introduced at a Lush Creative Showcase in 2016, and some of them will presumably be "officially" released at some point but I could not tell you when. You can read about all the Volume 4 fragrances on the Lush UK site, and see also Seven Questions With... Hal Samples.
3. I assume that's meant to say rentless, not restless? The phrase "never homeless, only rentless" comes from Tachowa Covington, and you can read more about him at The water tank, the Banksy prank, and the later life of the homeless 'elephant man' Tachowa Covington at The Independent, and on the fragrance description for Lush Tank Battle here. Confused yet?