Dear Black Girl Manifesto Candle
Two black, women-owned luxury home decor brands teamed up to create a limited edition candle titled “Dear Black Girl” designed to empower. Launched on Black Girl Magic Day, February the 15th.
Cecilia's House x The 125 Collection's first collaboration, the Dear Black Girl candle, combines the love of luxury candles with principles of design psychology proven to enhance one's outlook on life. A custom fragrance candle created by Valerie Wray of The 125 Collection with a manifesto for Black women and girls designed by Kadisha Phillips of Cecilia's House. Each time the candle is lit is an act of self-care and self-reflection.
This collaboration between these two brands truly reflects the candle’s manifesto that reads:
“Dear Black Girl, you can be whoever you want to be. You have the right to learn, grow, and make mistakes. Be bold and never dim your light. You are the sum of all the women who came before you. Because of them, you can do anything.”
These two New York City-founded brands have independently taken the country by storm with features in major publications such as Allure, Forbes, Nylon, Oprah Daily, BuzzFeed, US Weekly, Essence, and more.
The candle launched on February 15th, 2023, on #BlackGirlMagicDay on both sites www.ceciliashouse.com and The 125 Collection The candle is a paraben-free soy candle that will burn for approximately 80 hours. Available in 5 custom fragrances.
About Cecilia's House:
Cecilia's house empowers high-achieving Black women to release their self-limiting beliefs and actualize their full potential through high-quality home decor rooted in design psychology.
Cecilia's House is an ode to the founder, Kadisha's grandmother, whose house is where she first fell in love with home decor.
About The 125 Collection:
The 125 Collection was created to make luxury goods more inclusive and accessible for all. Bridging the gap between pop culture and fine fragrance, their relatable luxury candles are created to inspire, empower and entertain. Each time their candles are lit, is an act of self-care and self expression.
The 125 Collection was born in Harlem, NYC, and was named after the legendary 125th street that runs through the heart of the community.