A fresh and sophisticated scent - base notes of moss and ginger are complemented with a bright combination of sparkling grapefruit, lime and herby basil. An exquisitely elegant fragrance for the home.
Home to the Royal Albert Hall, Knightsbridge is a road which gives its name to an exclusive district of London. It was originally a small hamlet named after a crossing of the River Westbourne (now an underground river). It is recorded that the citizens of London met Matilda of England at the Knight's Bridge in 1141. Matilda was the daughter and heir of Henry I, and the first female ruler of the Kingdom of England – although her rule was only a few months and she was never crowned.
Humphrey's Hall in Knightsbridge hosted a popular exhibition of Japanese culture in 1885. It employed 100 Japanese men and women in a setting built to resemble a traditional Japanese village and their daily activities. When it closed in June 1887 it had seen over one million visitors.
For centuries the area was renowned as the haunt of highwaymen, robbers and cut throats targeting travellers on the western route out of London. In stark contrast, these days Knightsbridge is noted as the home of many fashion houses - including the renowned designers Jimmy Choo and Manolo Blahnik. It is home to many of the world's richest people, with some of the highest property prices in the world - it holds 14 of the top 200 most expensive streets in Britain.