When it comes to Hermès fragrances, I gravitate toward the classics, like the sultry Amazone or the woodsy Calèche. And I’m betting the new Jour d’Hermès (far left, $149, usa.hermes.com) will soon join that canon. The company’s perfumer, Jean-Claude Ellena, describes it as “a profusion of flowers,” but he’s keeping the exact recipe under wraps. (I detect orange blossom and gardenia.) The lovely bottle comes courtesy of Pierre Hardy, who has been designing the house’s shoes and jewelry since 2001. Other noteworthy newcomers (from left, starting with second bottle): Manifesto by YSL Beauté ($102, yslbeautyus.com): This tangy lily of the valley and jasmine mix has a kick of fruit. See by Chloé ($98, saks.com): A light floral with bergamot, apple blossom, and jasmine. Green by Terveer ($185, barneys.com): Grassy and leafy with a surprising hint of fig. BS 03 Eau de Toilette by Lurk ($245, lurkmade.com): Sandalwood warms up this bergamot-and-lemon concoction. Marni ($155, saks.com): Rose, pink peppercorn, and ginger create a bright, bubbly scent. Les Exclusifs de Chanel 1932 ($230, chanel.com): Named for the brand’s first High Jewelry collection, this woodsy jasmine scent reminds me of the beach. Something Blue by Oscar de la Renta ($115, oscardelarenta .com): A white-floral blend dominated by stephanotis and lily of the valley.