When asked to create a custom order for summer interns at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, it was a welcome focus during this time. The name: EQUALITY took on a deeper meaning as Brooklyn continues to be a center of driving change. Why the number 23? The Equal Rights Amendment was first introduced in 1923.
NOTES: Top: Eucalyptus, Amaretto, Saffron
Middle: Bergamot, Cypress, Sandalwood
Bottom: Dark Musk, Rum, Smoke and Amber
This rich blend is here to usher in new season of hope. When I posted about this special project you wonderful clients messaged me wanting to know what does EQUALITY smell like? It's refreshing, layered, and a little bit of fire in it and I decided this was how I could help beyond attending protests and supporting friends. There are layers to this blend - different and some you may not think go together that are truly a harmonious mix.
To support positive change organization 25% of proceeds during the month of June will be donated to 8cantwait.org for the month of June. That will change in July and goto The Trevor Project.
As a small business in it's first year in uncertain times, it can be challenging to know whom to donate to and giving back to the community is imperative. Thank you.