Born out of passion and purpose, Natasha Koifman, President of NKPR and Board Chair for Artists for Peace and Justice (APJ) has partnered with custom scent experts Aromachology to create a philanthropic fragrance, TWENTYSIX, in support of APJ’s mission to support communities in Haiti and remove barriers that poverty creates for Haitian children.
Crafted from Haitian vetiver, a fragrant grass that grows on the coast of Haiti, TWENTYSIX by Natasha Koifman for Aromachology 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, serving as a reminder that beauty can come out of chaos.
Every purchase of TWENTYSIX by Natasha Koifman for Aromachology directly supports Artists for Peace and Justice (APJ) and the children of Haiti. Natasha will be donating 100% of her profits from this collaboration to APJ.
Poverty in Haiti is an injustice. Severe lack of access to education perpetuates the cycle of poverty between generations. The Haitian people have enormous potential but oftentimes lack the resources to fulfill it. Built on a belief in free secondary and higher education, professional development and suppor of local economies, APJ is removing the barriers that poverty poses to a future of opportunity for children in Haiti.
Natasha Koifman started NKPR in 2002 in order to shine a spotlight on stories of substance and support causes that are making a difference around the world.
Prior to the earthquake in Haiti, Natasha got involved in Academy Award-winning director Paul Haggis' charity Artists for Peace and Justice (APJ), working with a star- studded board which includes public figures like Olivia Wilde, James Franco, Ben Stiller, Maria Bello, Javier Bardem, Daniel Craig, Pierce Brosnan and Susan Sarandon. When the earthquake struck, the need for help became even stronger.
As board chair for APJ Canada and a member of the advisory committee in the United States, Natasha developed the organization’s Canadian launch strategy, which took place during the Toronto International Film Festival in 2009, and she continues in the role on both strategic and grassroots projects, including regular trips to Haiti as well as pro bono public relations efforts to raise funds and awareness.
Aromachology's famed Perfume Bar was created by founders, Ashlee Firsten and Kirsten Menkes, to fill a void in the industry by revolutionizing the artistic and scientific experience of creating, enjoying and wearing perfume.There is nothing that feels more special then having something that is tailor fit to you. At Aromachology, the goal is to make the consumer the creative director. Their 1,2,3 quick and easy process allows you to choose your 'Base' and then customize your creation by choosing 'Top Notes' that convey your unique scent identity. The result is your own, truly unique, one-of-a-kind custom fragrance.