Dossier takes its French perfumes home to New York

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French fragrance house Dossier will open its first pop-up shop in New York City’s Nolita neighborhood on June 9. 

The pop-up, at 262 Elizabeth Street, has a Provencal market-inspired setting and will be open for four days. Customers can sample and purchase a variety of Dossier perfumes from Dossier Impressions, the brand’s designer-inspired fragrances, and Dossier Originals, the brand’s independently made mixtures.

“Five years ago, we started Dossier right here in New York City, across the bridge in a small office in Gowanus, to offer customers high-quality, luxury perfumes without the brand tax at an accessible price,” said Sergio Tache, founder and CEO of Dossier. 

“We hope our customers in the New York tri-state area are excited to have the chance to smell and discover their new favorite Dossier scents while enjoying a bit of our French roots and our fragrance house that’s connected to Paris and Grasse, right here in NYC.” 

Founded in 2019, Dossier is a modern fragrance business with three key collections: Dossier Impressions (designer-inspired), Dossier Originals (in-house exclusives), and Dossier Home (designer-inspired smells for diffusers and candles), all made in Grasse, France. 

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