Little Miss London is a boutique candle label inspired by London’s fashionable neighbourhoods, exploring the diversity and ambience of the different areas England’s infamous capital city has to offer.
Little Miss London came to life to address the gap between ‘affordable’ and ‘adorable’ in the luxury candle market. To achieve this we created candles with personalities relating to their named location along with a bespoke individual fragrance.
We brought to life, romantic Little Miss Notting Hill, the vivacious Little Miss Covent Garden, the ever-refined Little Miss Chelsea and the mysterious Little Miss Camden. Following the success of our initial four Little Misses we then added the star of centre court, Little Miss Wimbledon, the indulgent Little Miss Mayfair, our pretty ray of sunshine Little Miss Primrose Hill and not forgetting Little Miss Shoreditch our IT girl, never short of attention!

The Little Miss London Misses are growing up quickly in the world’s exciting, and most fabulous, playground!

‘Every Little Miss deserves love and beautiful fragrance. Inspired by London creating memories for you’




Little Miss London’s founder, Linda Botten-Brett, has travelled the world whilst spending the majority of her life based in Monaco. England however has always been her home and throughout her time away she consistently travelled back to spend time in London. Little Miss London was inspired by her passion for her favourite city and also her love of candles. Linda quotes…

“Candles are a great form of escapism that can take you on a journey as the fragrances come to life.
Candles can recreate great memories of past events, bring calm, peace and warmth, not only to your home but also to you! I couldn’t live without them!"

Linda x



Singer and business entrepreneur Lisa Maffia was gifted LML candles by Linda and instantly fell in love with the brand. In 2020 Lisa and Linda became partners and have plans in motion to expand the LML business.

Quote from Lisa: "A good scent is as powerful as a great song, LML candles fill the room with smells that fill me with joy, calm and happiness."



Inspired by London, here are the differing areas: 


Notting Hill is a vibrant, trendy area. Casual cafes line bohemian Portobello Road, famed for its busy market selling antiques and vintage fashion. High-end restaurants, brunch spots and upscale boutiques cluster around Westbourne Grove. Huge crowds celebrate the annual Notting Hill Carnival, whose parades and calypso music reflect the area’s Caribbean roots.



Camden Town is famed for its market, a warren of fashion and curiosities by the Regent’s Canal. A haven of counter culture, the area is popular with tourists, teenagers and punks. The thriving nightlife scene includes live music in alternative clubs and old-school pubs, and major stars playing at the Jazz Cafe and the Roundhouse. Cafes bustle during the day. Nearby Regent’s Park has formal gardens and the London Zoo.



Chelsea is known for its affluent residents and the ‘posh’ shops and restaurants that cater to them. It’s a cultural haven too, with the Royal Court Theatre on Sloane Square and the modern Saatchi Gallery on the Duke of York Square. Close by, busy King’s Road is lined with mid- to high-end stores



Covent Garden is in the West End, London’s main theatre and entertainment area. Tourists fill its elegant, car-free Piazza, home to fashion stores, crafts at the Apple Market and the Royal Opera House. Street entertainers perform by 17th-century St. Paul’s Church, and the London Transport Museum houses vintage vehicles.



Primrose Hill is regarded as one of the most beautiful viewpoints in North London. During the summer months the banks of the hill become populated with families and young people who take out picnics to enjoy the open space and the glorious views over the capital city. Furthermore, with the tropical birds of London’s famous Zoo filling the air with their songs, it is a truly unique spot with a truly unique backdrop.



Wimbledon is an affluent residential area, home to the Championships tennis tournament and Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum. Indie boutiques and chic cafes line Wimbledon Village. The vast fields of Wimbledon Common draw walkers and cyclists, while smaller Wimbledon Park attracts families with its playgrounds and lake.



Shoreditch is an arty area adjacent to the equally hip neighbourhood of Hoxton. Young creatives and trendsetters fill the fashionable clubs and bars that surround Shoreditch High Street, Great Eastern Street and Old Street. An eclectic dining scene features everything from trendy chain resta­urants and smart gastro pubs to artisan coffee shops and noodle bars. Vintage and design shops are plentiful.



Bordering leafy Hyde Park, Mayfair is an upscale district of elegant Georgian townhouses, exclusive hotels and gourmet restaurants. Its world-famous retailers include bespoke tailors on Saville Row and designer fashions on Bond Street. Shoppers also head to high-end Burlington Arcade and Shepherd Market, a cluster of independent boutiques and traditional pubs. Cool modern art galleries line Cork Street.