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Aesop Just Dropped a Trio of Luxurious Fragrances. Here’s What We Think of Them.

We tried out each of the scents from Othertopias, the company's new premium launch.

The boxes of the three scents in the Othertopias collection. Aesop

With this week’s release of Othertopias, Aesop launches a trio of fragrances and nearly doubles its eau de parfum assortment. French perfumer Barnabé Fillion is the nose behind each of the new scents (Miraceti, Karst and Erémia), following up his work on Aesop’s outstanding Marrakech, Rōzu and Hwyl fragrances.

This trio is the first to launch in Aesop’s new “Fragrances of Exception” category, which denotes scents formulated with finer materials (and thus, a higher price point, at $195 USD for 1.7 ounces). Othertopias imagines a world for its three headliners to exist in union—one scent plays the boat, one the shore, one the green beyond—but each of the three EDPs deserves a spotlight of its own.

While Miraceti, Karst and Erémia all make for sophisticated year-round wear (and are strong contenders for your new signature scent), below are our impressions regarding their best prescriptive uses—and our favorite of the lot.

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