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Five New Travel-Inspired Fragrances

Patchouli Imperial fragrance

A spicy addition to Dior’s La Collection Privée, Patchouli Imperial (from $150) sources its namesake ingredient in Indonesia. Also in the mix: Sicilian mandarin and Russian coriander.

Lubin Paris—one of the world’s oldest perfumeries—has re-created Marie Antoinette’s personal scent using a formula from the late 1700’s. Black Jade (from $130) captures the essence of her rose gardens at Versailles, with hints of vanilla and sweet-smelling tonka beans from the Caribbean.

For Baiser Volé (from $75), Cartier’s in-house perfumer Mathilde Laurent explored the fleur-de-lis—a symbol of royalty throughout Europe—incorporating extracts from the lily’s pistil, petals, and leaves.

Creed donates up to 5 percent of the proceeds from Royal-Oud ($300)—with an opulent keynote derived from Indian agar wood—to children’s health clinics in the subcontinent.

Lunu (from $120)—part of Molton Brown’s Navigations Through Scent collection, which focuses on a single country in each of its five fragrances—has a heart of white jasmine, handpicked in Egypt.

Photo by Lars Klove

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