Natasha Koifman, APJ Canada Board Chair and President of NKPR, has partnered with custom scent experts Aromachology to create a new fragrance, TWENTYSIX, in support of Artists for Peace and Justice.

Crafted from Haitian vetiver, a fragrant grass that grows on the coast of Haiti, TWENTYSIX combines 26 ingredients to inspire and move the heart. Bergamot top notes reveal a floral bouquet of roses and peony, followed by patchouli, earthy sandalwood and noble vetiver. The scent evokes Haiti’s natural charm, timelessness and possibility.

“We are inspired by the work that Artists for Peace and Justice does, and jumped on the chance to be involved in such a meaningful passion project,” says Ashlee Posner, Co-Founder of Aromachology. “Haiti is the largest producer of vetiver in the world and being able to create a product to support Haitians was so important to both Natasha and myself.”

“Collaborating with Aromachology was a natural fit based on our likeminded passion for philanthropy. We both wanted to develop a product timed for holiday that would truly be the gift that gives back,” says Natasha Koifman. “The signature scent was named TWENTYSIX because it is not only a number that holds a lot of meaning in my life, but combines 26 ingredients including one directly sourced from Haiti. Every day I am in awe of the kids of Haiti and their unbreakable spirit and I am so grateful to be able to share what comes from this beautiful country.”

We are very excited for the launch of this product right before the holidays. It is the perfect gift! You can read more about the project and purchase the fragrance at