Amidst the clicks of tourists’ cameras and the swish of speed walking New Yorkers sits Aesop’s new Grand Central Station kiosk: a miniature oasis of calm. The new kiosk, stocked with all-natural oils, skin and hair products, marks the Australian brand’s first retail shop foray into the American market. Known for its use of plant-based materials to tone and hydrate skin, as well as condition and cleanse the hair and body, Aesop’s products are made with whole, natural ingredients such as clove, macadamia seed and sandalwood. An advocate of “good food, plentiful travel and a healthy dose of good books,” the all-natural beauty brand takes the themes behind its retail design to heart. Much like its Taiwan outpost, where books of antiquity surround products, the Grand Central kiosk uses the written word—with a nod to NYC—as a pedestal for Aesop’s hair, skin and body goods. Designed by Jeremy Barbour of Tacklebox architecture and design firm, the Graybar Passage kiosk is made of more than 1,000 recycled copies of The New York Times. Visit the kiosk and pick up the exclusive Jet Set Kit, including travel-size Gentle Scalp Cleansing Shampoo, Revitalizing Hair Sealing Conditioner, Geranium Leaf Body Cleanser and Rind Concentrate Body Balm. The kit is only available at the kiosk and was made in collaboration with the Dia Art Foundation.