The only thing better than a homes brand owned by a former Friends star is one approved by her counterpart, Jennifer Aniston.
Courteney Cox, known for starring in the famed sitcom, first launched her home-care product brand, Homecourt, in January 2022 – but recently released a new limited edition Mandarin Basile collection that has caught the attention of LA's most influential figures. Former co-star Jennifer Aniston was among those in attendance at the fragrance launch party – along with actresses Sarah Paulson and Molly Shannon, who were seen in Jennifer's photo from the event.
Since its launch, Homecourt has established itself as a manufacturer of high-quality candles, soaps, and eco-friendly cleaning products – designed to bring a welcoming sense of 'calm and serenity' into our homes.
'I have taken great care to curate a space where everyone can feel “at home.” Our homes are the one place that can bring a sense of calm and serenity in our lives,' Courteney says via Homecourt. So can we expect to see her products on Jennifer Aniston's shelves? Her recent posts certainly suggest so.
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'Celebrating CC and the latest Homecourt launch,' Jennifer Aniston wrote on an Instagram story beside a photo from the event, along with some orange and basil emojis as a nod to the Mandarin Basile scent. 'SO proud of you.'
Shortly after, in another Instagram story, Jennifer re-emphasized her admiration for both Courteney and the brand by resharing a photo with her and retailer Jennifer Meyer. 'We love you! And we love Homecourt!' she says. Aniston also shared a photo of the new products, surrounded by a flower arrangement and platter of oranges, noting how it 'smells like heaven.'
The Jen-approved scent is said to boast motes of sparkling mandarin, spiced ginger, fresh green basil, and ripe fig – all of which are 'nature’s purest aromas.' It comes in the form of a candle, a trio of cleaning products, and a summer hosting set.
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I sought out the best perfumers to create custom fragrances; worked alongside skincare chemists to develop non-toxic, yet incredibly effective formulas, and collaborated with trailblazers in sustainable design to launch this collection of, well, beauty products for the home,' Courteney says. 'It’s time to discover the beauty of homecare.'
Of course, we're beginning with the Mandarin Basile collection. We're shopping directly via Homecourt below.
Each candle is hand-poured into a kiln-fired special edition ceramic vessel with a natural speckled, matte glaze that will complement any style of home. It offers 60 hours of burn time and a Jen-approved scent.
This trio offers is everything you need for clean, scented kitchen. The Surface Cleaner and Dish Soap use coconut-derived surfactants to remove dirt, while the hand wash is designed to be kind to hands.
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Megan is the Head of Celebrity Style News at Homes & Gardens. She first joined Future Plc as a News Writer across their interiors titles, including Livingetc and Real Homes, before becoming H&G's News Editor in April 2022. She now leads the Celebrity/ News team. Before joining Future, Megan worked as a News Explainer at The Telegraph, following her MA in International Journalism at the University of Leeds. During her BA in English Literature and Creative Writing, she gained writing experience in the US while studying in New York. Megan also focused on travel writing during her time living in Paris, where she produced content for a French travel site. She currently lives in London with her antique typewriter and an expansive collection of houseplants.
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