Emeshel’s introduction of a premium line of men and women’s fragrances adds a new element to its reputation as a manufacturer of luxury crystal and glass sculptures. Inspired by ancient Arabic virility, the unique scents are designed to fuse art and sexuality into alluring bottles designed for Emeshel’s upscale and sophisticated clientele. The Hungarian-based company’s new fragrance collection features five women’s eaux de toilette, named Nubia, and a cologne titled Rajul-both ancient Arabic words that summon ideas of extravagance and powerful royalty. The unprecedented line of scents was skillfully crafted in collaboration with one of Europe’s finest award-winning perfumers to provoke sensuality while retaining the company’s image of timeless beauty. The sexually inspired shapes of the bottles match the lustful impression of the scents. The line of fragrances will be exhibited at the Emeshel Gallery in the Design District during Art Basel and will be available for purchase at the shop or online thereafter. The five luxury 3.4-ounce fragrances for women retail for $125 and the single fragrance for men, also 3.4-ounces, retails at $120.