If you love your citrus scents to rouse and stimulate your senses, then you won't find better than Eau d'Orange Verte. This house of Hermés classic has withstood the test of time - first created in 1979, and still going strong today.
Patchouli oil was worn to excess in the 1970s, in an age where free love and psychedelic "counterculturalism" was the norm. Now some 30 years later, Tom Ford has borrowed from this revolutionary time, and reworked patchouli into something very different.
Thierry Mugler's Angel descended onto the world's stage in 1992 as the perfume that popularized the gourmand genre, which bought delicious food-like qualities to fragrance. To this day, Angel is a lip-smacking yet sophisticated blend of dewy berries, creamy vanilla, warm honey, dark chocolate and golden caramel which evoke happy recollections of youthful days spent at candy stores and fairgrounds.