Stuart Tyson, styled by John Olson at Halley Resources
Gucci Guilty Absolute ($78, sephora.com), Escentric Molecules Escentric 04 ($140, luckyscent.com), Prada Luna Rossa Carbon ($86, macys.com), Byredo Bibliothèque ($255, byredo.com), D.S. & Durga Durga ($350, dsanddurga.com).
You don’t need long hair to go from 2017 to 1971—this woody-leather blend will do the trick.
Gucci Guilty Absolute, $78, sephora.com
There’s grapefruit and pepper in the mix, but it’s marijuana—yes, marijuana—that gives this concoction a distinct headiness.
Escentric Molecules Escentric 04, $140, luckyscent.com
Clean and easy to wear, like a just-washed white shirt.
Prada Luna Rossa Carbon, $86, macys.com
Loaded with vanilla, this smooth, cool scent is anything but by the book.
Byredo Bibliothèque, $255, byredo.com
When you want to pretend that you’re fireside in the woods, you’ll reach for this.
Tom Ford Vert D’Ecens, $225, sephora.com
This tuberose, jasmine, and orange-blossom combo is for the man who is, well, man enough to wear florals.
D.S. & Durga Durga, $350, dsanddurga.com
The most Italian of notes come together in this sea blue bottle, making it the perfect present.
Giorgio Armani Armani Code, $94, macys.com
For the man who wouldn’t be caught dead wearing a cologne, consider this sexy, spicy alternative.
Acqua di Parma Colonia Mirra, $235, barneys.com
A sniff of this gives you the pulp of the clementine. It’s certainly a sensation you’ll want to share.
Atelier Cologne Clémentine California, $130, sephora.com
Everything you loved about eternity got turned up a notch. Now, one spray will do. Calvin Klein Eternity Intense, $66, macys.com