From Gucci's Herbarium collection, the bee incense stand in porcelain, shown in green, also sold in black. "The incense burner is designed as a small round dish, featuring Gucci's Herbarium motif—a whimsical Toile de Jouy design of cherry branches, leaves and flowers, inspired by a vintage fabric. The center bee, a historical Gucci code taken from the '70s archives, has a small opening to hold an incense stick." 4 inch diameter, $195. Hat tip to Kevin! (If you look around, you can find a slightly larger oval dish with a stag beetle instead of a bee, $310.)
Gucci Flora Gorgeous Gardenia in a limited edition lavender bottle ("...paying homage to the nuances of the color lavender"). In 50 ($80) and 100 ($110)ml at Gucci.
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).