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Our days are punctuated by scouting new talent, attending market appointments, and scrolling Instagram in an effort to unearth the products, people, and news you actually need to know. Here’s what we Slacked one another about this week.

Wake Up and Smell the Tuberoses: Diptyque’s Limited-Edition Do Son Collection

Diptyque is celebrated for intoxicating aromas, but its new limited-edition collection engages all the senses. Along with an array of uniquely packaged products in the iconic Do Son fragrance—a floral yet woody scent inspired by one of the cofounder’s childhood trips to Halong Bay, Vietnam—the brand released an animated short from the young Paris studio Werlen Meyer. It features whimsical illustrations of Vietnamese landscapes and is set to music by none other than James Blake. The film has brought the scent to life in the most creative way. 

More aesthetically pleasing happenings:

Super Bass: Bang & Olufsen’s Lunar New Year Collection

Bang & Olufsen just launched its Lunar New Year collection, releasing five existing products in colors inspired by the ancient Silk Road in China. Think: deep red and minty green.

Crunchy Granola: Sweet Deliverance 

I was excited to have Sweet Deliverance’s granola grace my cereal bowl. More than just sugar and oats, it adds, says the company, “nourishing, nutrient-dense seeds, spices, and nuts. And lots of good vibes.” Plus you couldn’t find a more charming label if you tried. 

Let Me Roll It: Quiet Hours

Just because you’re not doing Dry January doesn’t mean you can’t take part in some de-puffing. Just launched out of Brooklyn, wellness brand Quiet Hours makes minimalist ice rollers that look like modern art. 

Warm Up: Halfdays

Halfdays enters the winterwear scene with all the gear I realized I somehow still don’t own after six East Coast winters. Maybe that’s because its oversize parkas weren’t on the table.