Discover cinnamon shades and fragrances
There’s an enormous love for all things Cinnamon at the moment. The vibe touches on retro 60s and 70s styling while the fragrance is warm and sweet but not too sugary. At first, you might associate this distinctive spice with wintery scents and clove but it’s so much more than the ubiquitous festive fragrance. It is heading in a new creative direction, hanging out with the likes of Ginger, Orange, Cedar, Patchouli, Freesia and Balsa wood with great effect. These bold, new collaborations throw off hot, summery, Cinnamon-y vibes and a playful finish that perhaps the old spice version lacked. Derived from tree bark, Cinnamon is also lavishly praised for its health properties too. Essential oils found in its bark are linked to health benefits such as lowering blood pressure and balancing blood glucose in people with diabetics.
Perhaps, though, feel-good Cinnamon got its ultimate seal of approval from a confident and plentiful appearance on the Prada Menswear Autumn/Winter 2017 catwalk in Milan. Fashion designer Miuccia Prada embraced a relaxed, 70s look that focused on comfortable corduroys in shades of brown and Cinnamon. Simple, unfussy and everyday wearable, the vibe summed up Cinnamon perfectly: you don’t have to try too hard to be loved. Be natural, be yourself. Good things will happen as a result.
Mouthwatering home fragrances and retro styling, discover Cinnamon in all its glory:
Leather, faux leather or fabric, buttons or no buttons, you decide. Italian-made with large doses of luxuriousness for the home.
Desire comes with a price tag. In this case, the Hermes two-seater sofa in Fawn and Cinnamon. We’re off to melt down a considerable amount of gold to purchase it.
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