Fall brings a new wind and Nose's Bazaar opens its doors to two new houses of perfume that take us away either in space or in time.

Founded in 1858 in Vienna by the eponymous couturier, Knize was soon appointed the official supplier of the royal family. Its eau de toilette Ten (whose name corresponds to polo's maximum score) thus became a symbol of the Roaring Twenties' elegance, until it became a legend of perfumery.

The Dusita house of perfume, which owes its name to the celestial kingdom where the mind finds peace and content, was founded by the Thai perfumer Pissara Umavijani. Nose welcomes 4 fragrances from her collection, reflecting the poetry of her father: an ode to iris and violet, an overdose of oud, a leathery floral perfume and an oriental one with green notes.

Discover below our new olfactory heroes by Dusita and Knize.