Odin New York Launches Fragrance Collection

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Opening their first store in New York’s East Village in the fall of 2004, Odin New York has since become known for the carefully curated collection of brands they carry. From Band of Outsiders, Comme Des Garcons, and Common Projects to Phillip Lim 3.1, Our Legacy and Florsheim by Duckie Brown, shoppers can find a range of items including footwear, jewelry, bath and grooming products and accessories. Odin is now expanding its offering with their first fragrance collection.

A trio of scents, being dubbed unisex, can now be found in Odin New York, Pas de Deux, Aedes de Venustas, Hershleifer’s in New York, Studio Beautymix at Fred Segal in Los Angeles, Louis Boston, Forty Five Ten in Dallas and Carrots in San Francisco.

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Top: Juniper Berries, Himalayan Cedar Leaves, Rich Bergamot

Middle: Sultry Palmarosa, Indian Black Pepper, Creamy Heliotrope

Bottom: Tonka Bean, West Indian Sandalwood, Grey Musk

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Top: Owari Mandarin, Bright Green Bergamot, Grapefruit Leaves

Middle: Cubbed Pepper, Amyris Wood, Crisp Neroli

Bottom: Fresh Cut Cedarwood, Golden Amber, Tonkin Musk

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Top: Silver Birch, Earthy Cypress, Forest Mint

Middle: Smoky Vetiver, Liquid Myrrh, Subtle Patchouli

Bottom: Black Musk, Dry Oak Moss, True Amber

The collection, which was collaborated on with fragrance supplier Drom, is available in a 3.4 fl. oz EDT and retails for $110.

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2 responses to “Odin New York Launches Fragrance Collection

  1. Man, Odin has taken very measured steps to create themselves into a lifestyle merchant. It’s almost as if they do no wrong in their selection of what represents them. Without smelling any of the scent offerings, the ingredients are inspiration for exploration.

  2. Love Odin! These scents sound wonderful.

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