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The Most Enticing Man Smells, According to Romance Novels
Here’s What Freshly Cut Grass Is Saying With Its Scent
This New Book Unpacks the World of Fragrance
Why Vetiver Is Our Favorite Botanical Right Now
The Japanese Company Applying Elements of the Slow Food Movement to Perfume
These Scent Diffusers Enhance a Room in More Ways Than One
This Body Mist Captures the Benefits of Forest Bathing in a Bottle
A San Francisco Perfumer’s Campaign to Decolonize Scent
How Louis Vuitton Bottles the Scent of California’s Shoreline
This Olfactory Expert Is Amassing a Vocabulary for Smells
Aromatic Face Oils, Made by Regenerative Farms in France
Book a Scent Consultation With This 300-Year-Old Fragrance House
Cecilia Bembibre Is On a Mission to Save the Scents of History
At the ICA Philadelphia, Sissel Tolaas Presents Smell as a Poetic Provocation
Renowned Perfumer Jean-Marc Chaillan’s Patchouli Obsession
How Aesop Grew Into an “Anti-Salon” Beauty Empire
Why You Need to Know About Anosmia
In Literature and Art, Smell Is a Powerful Means to Convey Risk
A New Magnolia-Scented Fragrance Invites the Promise of Springtime Year-Round
Ford’s New Mach-Eau Cologne Delivers the Scent of Gasoline to E.V. Drivers
Take a Vacation With These Soaps
How to Use Essential Oils to Improve Your Mind, Body, and Mood
How to Bring the Scent of Pine Home Without Uprooting a Tree
This Perfume Bottles the Free-Spirited Scent of Spain’s Balearic Islands
These Evocative Fragrances Will Transport You Home
Botanical Artist Lara Call Gastinger on Seeing Scents
How Folie à Plusieurs Uses Scent to Amplify Emotional Encounters with Art
These Fragrant Cacti and Succulents Spice Up Their Surroundings
These Scented Bowling Balls Help Players Reach Their Flow States
This London Studio Draws on Smell-O-Vision as a Tool for Promoting Social and Environmental Advocacy
Pillow Mists, an Aromatherapeutic Cure for Sleepless Nights
“Olfactory Labyrinths” That Zero In on the Remarkable Act of Smelling
These Scented Strips of Paper From France Are the Ultimate Deodorizers
Fix Your Bad Breath With These Minty Solutions
Le Labo’s City Exclusives Scents Offer an Olfactory Tour Around the World
Imaginative Home Fragrances, Created by a Former Musician
How Grasse, France, Went From a Smelly City to the Perfume Capital of the World
The TikTok “Vabbing” Trend, Explained
Three Perfume Brands Transforming Trash into Sweet-Smelling Treasures
Author and Curator Peter Kukielski on the Wonders of Roses in Bloom
An Edible Perfume Made to Enhance Ice Cream’s Savor
A New Documentary Traces the Life and Work of Dior’s Master Perfumer
Meet NASA’s “Nasalnaut”
A Perfume Truck Brings D.S. & Durga’s Scents to the Street
The Key to Maximizing a Candle’s Aroma? A Wooden Wick
Simple Sets for Carving Out Daily Moments of Calm
The Cleansing Craze Around Palo Santo
Artist Anicka Yi Mines Biology and Technology to Craft a Line of Perfumes
NASA’s “Eau de Space” Fragrance Recreates the Smell of Outer Space
Lonneke Gordijn of Studio Drift’s Favorite Perfume
The Best All-Natural Deodorants on the Market
Made During the Pandemic, These Perfumes Signal the Suspension of Time
How Hermès’s New H24 Fragrance Defines Modern Masculinity
A Unisex Fragrance That Smells Like Old Books, Created by a Portland Bookstore
Where We’re Turning for Our Gifts This Holiday Season
This Amazonian Sap Will Ease Your Mind
The Science Behind The Nue Co.’s Stress-Relieving Fragrances
Yann Vasnier on the Fragrance World’s Renewed Interest in the Outdoors
This ’80s Summer–Inspired Fragrance Line Evokes the Era’s Popsicles, Pool Toys, and Speedos
The Fascinating Significance of Understanding How Animals Detect Odors
A Designer Pays Homage to His Grandfather With a Line of Evocative Candles
This Natural Fragrance Brand Forgoes Synthetic Ingredients in Favor of Candor and Nostalgia
This Perfume Brand Makes Scents That Evoke Los Angeles’s Rich Music History
Hinoki Is the World’s Absolutely Best-Smelling Wood
Tumi’s Latest Fragrance Conjures Up the Curiosity of Contemporary Explorers
How a Spidery Weed Spawned This Sweet-Smelling Perfume
That New Rain Smell, Explained
Nuri McBride Paves the Way for Broader Understandings of the Crafts and Cultures of Scent
Up-and-Coming Perfumer Mackenzie Reilly on the Architecture of Fragrance
A Rose Perfume That Smells Like a Man
The Best Japanese Incense Sticks Around
Es Devlin Is Planting a Forest in the Miami Design District
Old Family Photographs Are This Self-Taught Perfumer’s Muse
This Car Diffuser Transforms Any Road Trip Into an Opulent Olfactory Experience
A New Perfume Translates the Greek Island of Corfu Through Kumquat
The Neuroscience-Based Fragrance Brand Pairing Scent With Soundscapes to Create Calm
Parisian Fragrance Boutique Nose Offers an “Olfactory Diagnosis”
A Storied Japanese Watermill Produces the Primary Ingredient in This All-Natural Incense
A Carbon-Negative Perfume That Evokes the Earth’s Natural Elements
When Scent Meets the Museum, Do We See Art Differently?
This Olfactory Design Studio in Berlin Makes Scents That Stimulate the Soul
The Stealthy World of Olfactory Branding, Explained by Olivia Jezler
This “Digital Nose” Could Help Your Fridge Detect Spoiled Food
What Will the Metaverse Smell Like?
This Mexican Fragrance Brand Borrows Its Notes From Local Vegetation
Byredo’s New Perfume Captures the Experience of a Roller-Coaster Year
A Definitive Guide to Finding Your Signature Scent
Caswell-Massey Bottles the Smell of Yellowstone Park, Literally
This Spare Sculpture Creates a Subtle Background Scent for Your Home
Maison d’Etto Applies a Gender-Neutral Mindset to Scent
What Makes a Perfume a Masterpiece, According to a Veteran Scent Blogger
This Unisex Fragrance Captures Iceland’s Natural Splendor
The Perfumed History of Dhup, Nepal’s Traditional Hand-Rolled Rope Incense
Horticulturist Ken Druse on Exploring the World of Botanical Fragrance
Mandy Aftel’s Willy Wonka–Like Wonderland of Curious Scents