Catching up on some brand videos we’ve missed while I’ve been showcasing gardens: first we have How to Use Bubble Bars from Lush, followed by (below the jump) Lily-Rose Depp doing a voiceover for Chanel’s I Am A Chanel Flower (about Grasse jasmine), then Cooking with the Gucci Osteria Chefs: Karime López Makes Gyoza Dumplings (if you click through to YouTube you’ll find the printed recipe, and there are a few more cooking demos on their YouTube channel), followed by We’re All In This Together from Hugo Boss. Last up, from Bvlgari, how to make a Tea Cocktail (again, if you click through to YouTube you’ll find the printed recipe, plus their channel has a few other home activity videos).
How To Use: Lush Advent Calendar
The reusable 2019 advent calendar from Lush.
Lush Toothpaste jellies are currently available only at the Liverpool and Shinjuku stores; I hope they're going to become more widely available. Flavors: White Fang (mint), Megawatt Smile (bergamot, sea salt and "electric daisies"), Purple Bananas (fruity with chamomile, cardamom and calendula), Blue Tooth (lemongrass and eucalyptus), Tornado (pine cinnamon), Plaque Sabbath (activated charcoal and clove), Tang-o (tea tree oil and aloe vera), Tooth Fairy (bubblegum), Strawberries & Clean and Spearmint Bubblegum.
I tend to smell in colors
Product perfumer Emma Dick of Lush talks about her job.
Ylang Ylang Meringues
Courtesy of Lush, a "how to" for Louise Bloor's Ylang Ylang Meringues. You can read more at What happens when food and fragrance collide?