How do you describe a scent when you don’t know what’s in it? Even when you know what's in it, what if your nose can't identify the notes you read on paper?
Start with this: color, texture. You don’t need the gift of synesthesia to describe smells by the colors they make you see and the textures they call to mind. In this collection, we feature a fresh, green scent that feels of velvety dandelions; a plush, silky white scent; and boozy brown scent that has the texture of an old leather book cover. But that's what we smell; what colors and textures do you smell?