High Snobiety’s 20 Niche Perfume Brands You Must Have

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Scent is an important part of your identity. It communicates more than your clothes or demeanor because one can smell you without looking at or talking to you. It’s one of the most delicate yet strong parts of the human sensory experience, as scent can evoke certain memories and give off a certain vibe, desirable or otherwise. High Snobiety features 20 Brands that you must know about check out our preview below.



1. Annick Goutal

Price range: $110 – $310
Why you should know them: Annick Goutal is a member of the French High Perfumery and remains as one of the few houses to have its own in-house perfumers. The brand sticks to quality and authenticity by making everything – from the scents to packaging – exclusively in France, employing expert craftsmen to put them together by hand. Annick Goutal has been named part of the Top 5 Perfume Brands at retailers like Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus.


2. Arquiste

Price range: $165 – $185
Why you should know them
: Arquiste was founded by Mexican architect Carlos Huber who used to be an interior designer for Polo Ralph Lauren. He moved to New York for Arquiste, which soon won prestigious titles such as Fashion Group International’s Best Fragrance Entrepreneur Brand and the Fragrance Foundation’s Top 5 Brands Launched in the U.S.
Where you can get them: Aquiste, Net-a-Porter, full stockist list




Price range: $110 – $220
Why you should know them
: BYREDO is a Swedish fragrance house that fuses unique cultural references from South Asia. Founder Ben Gorham, half Canadian and half Indian, draws from his mother’s Indian roots, making distinct scents that merge the East and West. BYREDO sources materials for their scents from all over the world, but all of their products are ultimately made and assembled by hand in Sweden.
Where to get them: BYREDO, full stockist list



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