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10 of the Best New Colognes


Photo by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, styled by Edward Enninful.

From a musky scent inspired by the ’70s to a refreshing citrus fragrance, here are the colognes we’re lusting for this season.

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Photo by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, styled by Edward Enninful.

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Byredo Rodeo ($255, Byredo, New York, 212.219.1584): Equestrian nostalgia runs deep with the bottled-up smell of a broken-in saddle.

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Acqua di Parma Note di Colonia I ($475 by special order, 212.931.2250): The classic eau du cologne gets a Verdi-worthy shake up with notes of lavender, rose, violet and patchouli.

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Etat Libre d`Orange Attaquer le Soleil Marquis de Sade ($140, etatlibredorange.com): An amber-balsamic celebration of cistus that’s as deep as Sade himself.

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Parfums MDCI Le Barbier De Tangier ($250, luckyscent.com): Step into an old-school barbershop with this soapy mix of lavender and pine.

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L’Envol de Cartier ($132, cartier.us): The name, which translates as “to take flight,” perfectly describes this airy citrus blend.

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(Malin+Goetz)Vetiver ($165, malinandgoetz.com): A refreshingly light version of classic vetiver.

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Creed Royal Exclusives Pure White Cologne ($545, bergdorfgoodman.com): This cologne is crisp, like a tailored white shirt.

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Loewe 001 Man ($123, loewe.com): Lush sandalwood evokes the brand’s soft suede.

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Louis Vuitton Mature Noire ($240, louisvuitton.com: The light-dark dance of jasmine and oud make plays across gender lines.

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Arquiste El ($190, barneys.com): This musky scent was inspired by 1970s Acapulco.