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The multi-sensory installation invites guests into a silent disco party, a Lebanese-style sitting room, and other spaces that tell the story of the company’s newly crafted scents.

Situated at 536 Seymour Street, the multi-sensory experience features 10 interactive rooms that tell the story—visually, aurally, and aromatically—of the inspiration behind Lush’s new scents. It runs on September 26 and 27 (11 a.m. to 7 p.m.) and September 29 and 30 (from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.) before moving on to Chicago and Dallas as part of a North American tour. Entrance is free.

For the Road From Damascus fragrance, for example, visitors will be able to hear from refugees and explore a war-torn Syria, where Lush head perfumer Simon Constantine purchased Damascus rose and other ingredients to concoct the citrusy, floral spritz.

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