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A slew of Brooklyn’s burgeoning craft-fragrance-makers can be found under one roof at the newly opened ­Twisted Lily (360 Atlantic Ave., nr. Hoyt St., Boerum Hill; 347-529-4681). Owners Eric Weiser and Stamatis Birsimijoglou, the duo behind long-running e-tailer Parfum 1, emphasize all-natural and hyperniche brands like Clinton Hill–based D.S. & Durga, which hand-blends woodsy colognes from plant extracts, and Williamsburg’s CB I Hate Perfume, which uses rare notes like a lemon-scented Chinese orchid (both labels hover in the $100 range). Also in the mix are cultish French alchemists such as Amouage (from $270) and Mona di Orio (from $230) and, overhead, a chandelier fashioned from old bottles of Etat Libre d’Orange.


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