Rich olfactory memories of time spent in the desert inspired this trio of fragrances: the smell of smoke in your hair the morning after a campfire, an altar offering incense, herbs, and sweet honey, the scent of the California High Desert after the first rain of the season. California-based artist Allison Kunath drew from her own recollections as inspiration for these bold, deep, unique aromas to compliment her powerful portraits that evoke the strength and beauty of womankind. 10% of all sales from this collection will be donated to women's rights organizations: Planned Parenthood, Equality Now, and CHANGE.

MOJAVE EMBERS

Inspired by the smell of smoke in your hair the morning after a campfire, and dusty desert roads at night. Scents of cedar, palo santo, and bitter spice.

SAFFRON BLOOM

Inspired by an altar offering incense, herbs and sweet honey. Scents of tobacco, leather, and rich black soil.

PETRICHOR

Inspired by the scent of the California High Desert after the first rain of the season. Scents of creosote, desert sage, and sun baked rocks.

About the Artist
Allison Kunath is a California-based abstract artist and muralist. Her paintings explore self awareness, relational dynamics, and the nuance of emotional experiences. As meditative responses, her works on paper and canvas give voice to the often invisible inner journey. Her murals focus largely on human connection, and can be found throughout North and Central America.

MORE ABOUT ALLISON

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Provides sexual health care in the United States and globally.

Works to advance the sexual and reproductive health and rights of women and girls worldwide.

Advocates for the protection and promotion of the human rights of women and girls.