There’s something in the juice this fall—tuberose—and it smells like feminism. With that in mind, Ralph Lauren tapped actor and activist Jessica Chastain to be the face of its fragrance Woman. “It moves away from the idea that femininity is only softness, tenderness and delicacy. It includes all those things, but also adds to the equation that one can be strong and bold and aggressive as well. We define what femininity is, and for me the perfume does that,” Chastain said of her choice to collaborate with the brand. The first female nose at Hermés, Christine Nagel, was likewise inspired by feminine strength in creating her tuberose concoction, “It is with young women in mind, by observing their lives, that I created Twilly d’Hermès. Free, bold, connected, mischievous and irreverent, they turn expectation on its head, swim against the tide, impose their own rhythm, invent a brand new tempo.” And lest there be any doubt of the trend, Chanel’s newest pillar is entitled Gabriel, after their fearless founder who famously said, “I decided who I wanted to be and that’s who I am.” Right on, sister. Here, a proudly feminist guide to fall’s five best fragrances, so you can think of tuberose as your invisible pink pussy hat.