Take androgyny beyond tailored shirts and pixie cuts by experimenting with a spritz of a men’s perfume. Masculine scents are cleaner and sharper, and if you’re a girl who hates flowery notes, then you’re in the good company of Kiera Knightley, Alia Bhatt, and Jerry Hall, all of whom love boyfriend scents. This season, there’s good reason to make the switch, with Bulgari’s new offering for men, which is changing the way aquatic perfumes are formulated. While most watery fragrances consist of fresh notes such as cucumber and seaweed, perfumer Jacques Cavallier enriches the new Aqva Amara (`5,350) with rich and luxurious notes. Inspired by the deep sea, where the water is richer with minerals, the perfume smells darkly mysterious with the smokey notes of frankincense and patchouli, which are also used in making incense. Still, it retains its aquatic character with fresh notes of spring water, neroli, and raw Sicilian mandarin. Cavallier has taken inspiration for the fragrance notes from Greco-Roman mythology—bitter orange from the magical Garden of Hesperides (where it was grown) and spring water from the Mediterranean Sea where the Greek god Hercules recouped his strength.