Talking fragrance for hours is, in fact, my idea of a lovely afternoon, so I was thrilled by my recent chance to hawk bottles of Bond No. 9 for the first annual Look Good Feel Better Beauty Editors Day at Saks (left, lookgoodfeelbetter.org). Look Good Feel Better, if you don’t know it, is a great charity that helps women with cancer bolster their confidence and self-esteem. Bond has more than 50 scents—I had to keep a cheat sheet in my pocket, but by the time customer number three showed up, I was connecting it all in a smooth narrative. The top seller was the breezy Sag Harbor, but now that it’s turned chilly, New York Musk is a bit more fitting, with surprising additions of grapefruit and peach ($330, bondno9.com). Other interesting fruity-warm blends: Demeter Sugar Plum (plum mixed with honey; $20, demeterfragrance.com); Jo Malone Blackberry & Bay (blackberry with vetiver and cedarwood; $60, jomalone.com); Clive Christian “V” for Women (peach with sandalwood; $405, bergdorfgoodman.com); and Odin New York 09 Posala (peach with bourbon and amber; $165, odinedt.com).