$140, 3.3 oz., by Eau d'Italie, at Lafco.com
The flavors of of Italy in a bottle: The latest fragrance by Eau d'Italie is a tribute to the mediterranean peninsula,
a fresh citrusy scent with woody base notes and a hint of jasmine quiet enough to make it cool and masculine.
$145, 3.4 oz., by L'Artisan Parfumeur, at Aedes De Venustas
An "introspective" fragrance inspired by the smell of Buddhist temples in Buthan, Dzongkha pairs the delights of exotic ingredients like papyrus and cardamom with calming notes of smokey incense, iris, and vetiver.
$125, 3.3 oz., by Penhaligon's, at Penhaligons.com
This soft Oriental is a perfect nighttime fragrance, named after the mortal loved by Selene, Greek goddess of the moon, who was put to sleep for eternity so that she alone could visit him. An androgynous scent with geranium, nutmeg, and an invigorating coffee note.
$180, by Heeley, at Barney's
This is the upgrade from Acqua di Gio you've been waiting for. A refreshing sea-inspired scent with a dominant note of sea salt. If you can't get to the ocean, let the ocean get to you.
$90, 3.4 oz. by Caron, at Lucky Scent
Let's end with a classic. Created in 1934, Pour Un Homme is still a masterpiece of sobriety. Lavender gives it a clean and fresh opening, leading to a comforting note of vanilla, on a white musk base.