Aesop’s Rozu fragrance sits on the intersection of woody and floral, offering a delicate balance between the two genres of smell. When it comes to its fragrant combinations, Aesop is no stranger to unique and innovative choices, and its latest is no exception.
Aesop’s Rozu is comprised of notes of rose, jasmine, guaiacwood, sandalwood and vetiver extract, which all come together seamlessly to present a profile that’s described as spicy, woody and floral. While unique, this luxe product was developed by a long-time collaborator of the brand, Barnabé Fillion. Drawing inspiration from an unconventional place, Fillion used French designer Charlotte Perriand as the main source of inspiration surrounding this launch.
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