Captivated by the beauty of his surroundings and the blazing sunshine over his city, the Italian baron Carlo Magnani collaborated with a local perfumer to create his own personal scent, a fragrance that exuded the fresh, crisp, and citrusy notes that reminded him of his hometown. That was in Parma, Italy, in 1916. Today the scent, Colonia, hasn’t aged at all; it remains one of the best-selling colognes from Acqua di Parma (acquadiparma.com). To mark its centenary, the brand has commissioned the Italian jeweler Damiani to create 100 glass flacons of Colonia ($1,105), each featuring a silver design that includes the Duke of Parma’s coat of arms and is topped with a black Bakelite cap. The flacons will be packaged by hand, as Colonia always has been, and presented in a bright-yellow box that recalls Parma’s sunbathed majesty. —Jeffrey Podolsky
Tom Ford Private Blend Las Extraits Verts
This trio of fragrances features scents from greenery not commonly found in cologne, such as box-tree-oil accord and oakwood absolute. The notes are fresh and woodsy. ($225 each/50ml) —Gabby Levy
Dolce & Gabbana Velvet Ginestra
Spicy and floral, this distinctive unisex fragrance is infused with pure extractions from the Mediterranean broom flower, which thrives near Sicily’s Mount Etna volcano. ($230/50ml) —G.L.
An art deco–style bottle bearing Lalique’s signature scrolling fern pattern holds this scent with hints of amber, musk, lavender, and sage. ($95/50ml) —G.L.
Prada blended iris and amber with classic perfume ingredients to create this warm and musky fragrance. ($78/50ml) —G.L.