Stuart Tyson, styled by John Olson at Halley Resources
Unexpected fragrances, it would seem, are the new normal when it comes to the beauty industry. From cannabis to your classic vanilla, no note is off limits these days. Case in point? Gucci’s first fragrance with Alessandro Michele at the helm, featuring so much patchouli, it works. (Truly, what else would you expect for the master of 70s retro eccentricity). There’s also Atelier Cologne’s latest unisex number, which counts a juicy dose of clementine as the heart of this shareable scent, and D.S. & Durga super tropical new scent that incorporates some of the world’s rarest flowers in a mix. There’s also new takes on a classic, including Calvin Klein Eternity’s new Intense formula. With so many new products, there’s something for everyone—and more importantly, every nose. Click through for the best new fragrances to take you through the spring.