Since 2010, Amouage’s The Library Collection has been a space of olfactory exploration. Now the luxury fragrance brand has added four new fragrances to the lineup: Opus V, Opus VII, Opus XII, and Opus XIII, all housed in Khanjar-inspired bottles as a nod to the Omani symbol which represents divine beauty. Opus V is a woody floral fragrance with orris absolute and concrete, dry woods, rum, jasmine, and rose for a scent that is “dry and mineral while carnal and soothing” in order to represent our concurrent life of humanity and technology. Deemed a “reckless leather,” Opus VII combines the note with spices cardamom, fenugreek, and nutmeg, as well as galbanum for a hint of green. But it wouldn’t be reckless if there wasn’t a heavy dose of opulence in the form of smoky cypriol, as well as animalic costus and ambergris. Opus XII is a marriage of Damascus rose and frankincense hyperabsolute, complemented with vanilla, resinous myrrh, eerie black ink, and citrusy elemi for “an uncompromisingly novel take on an otherwise classic accord.” Last but not least, Opus XIII focuses on oud, paired with woods such as cedar, birch, and guaiac wood, rounding things off with Madagasan vanilla.