THE EDIT The fragrances we’re coveting now.
Beauty products we’re coveting now.
1. Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb Midnight Eau de Parfum Spray ($172 for 100 mL) is a complex floral, thanks to the combination of blackcurrant, jasmine and sensual musk. 2. “This perfume is, above all, a scent that will stay with you,” says perfumer François Demachy of the seductive iris- and jasmine-based Maison Christian Dior DiorAmour Eau de Parfum Spray ($410 for 250 mL). 3. In his latest scent, famed florist turned perfumer Eric Buterbaugh brings depth to a floral-based fragrance with woody and earthy notes. Eric Buterbaugh Fragrance Floral Oud Gardenia Eau de Parfum Spray ($395 for 100 mL). 4. For Les Exclusifs de Chanel
1957 Eau de Parfum Spray ($240 for 75 mL), perfumer Olivier Polge worked with a variety of white musks, which resulted in a scent that, he says, “is revealed fully on the unique chemistry of each person’s skin.” 5. Poppies have no scent; it’s the “joyful evolution” of the flower‚ from “shrivelled, hairy bud” to “spectacular bloom,” that inspired Nest founder Laura Slatkin to create this cheery fruity-floral scent. Nest Wild Poppy Eau de Parfum Spray ($98 for 50 mL). 6. Mugwort, a tall, leafy green plant related to the daisy, is the rarely used fragrance note in Serge Lutens Les Eaux de Politesse L’Eau D’Armoise Eau de Parfum Spray ($155 for 100 mL), part of the Collection Politesse, which was designed around the idea of simplicity. 7. Tiffany Sheer Eau de Toilette Spray ($135 for 75 mL) builds fruity (blackcurrant, vert de mandarine) and floral (iris, ylang-ylang) notes on top of a base of iris. For details, see Shopping Guide.