Ahoy there! Gaultier’s cult bottles get a pirate makeover. There’s swashbuckling Le Male, a macho minty spritz with woody undertones for men, and sexy Classique, a blossomy, floral bouquet for women.
Limited Edition Classique, £72 (R) and Le Male, £58 (L) by Jean Paul Gaultier, from Selfridges
A new eastern inspired twist on Sisley’s much loved Eau de Soir. The iconic bottle is designed by Polish artist and sculptor Bronislaw Krzysztof.
Soir d’Orient, £165 by Sisley, from Harrods
Using Cascalone, an innovative synthetic molecule that apes the salty freshness of sea air, this scent is enriched with ginger and neroli and a shot of white musk.
Oceanic Expedition, £41 by Issey Miyake, from Harrods
A homage to Coco Chanel’s best friend Misia, who was a patron of the arts. Powdery notes of violet, iris and Grasse rose, transport you to the dressing rooms of the Ballet Russes.
Misia by Les Exclusivifs de Chanel, £210, chanel.com
Parisians are going mad for these cult colognes; here it’s a splash of bergamot, mandarin and mimosa.
Blanche Immortelle, £200 by Atelier Cologne, from Harvey Nichols
Mysterious and smoky, this is a blend of woods and smoked resins laced with tuberose and saffron; high noon on deck.
Ombre Indigo, £75 by Olfactive Studio, from Fenwick