- NextWant It!1 of 6Courtesy of Chanel
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The Most Iconic Designer Fragrances of All Time1 of 6
Upon hearing news of Kate Spade's upcoming fragrance, we started reminiscing about other noteworthy scents like Chanel No. 5, $62. Fun fact: Five was Coco's favorite number; this was the fifth version she tried on the fifth day of the fifth month.
Yves Saint Laurent2 of 6
Yves Saint Laurent Rive Gauche, $57, named for Paris' Left Bank, was created for the designer in 1970. It was then updated in 2003 by Tom Ford after he took over the venerable French house.
Tom Ford3 of 6
Speaking of Tom Ford ... the ever controversial designer caused quite a stir with the launch of Tuscan Leather, $180. Many who sniffed it likened the aroma to a certain white powdery narcotic. File that under: things that make you go hmmm.
Ralph Lauren4 of 6
Is there anything more all-American than the completely iconic Polo Ralph Lauren, $70? Rugged, strong, sexy. We'll take that version of our country any old day.
Calvin Klein5 of 6
Not for the faint of nose, Calvin Klein Obsession, $50, has a bold, take-no-prisoners vibe. But it's not like you'd expect something light and dainty to emerge from a decade whose motto was "Greed is Good."
Stella McCartney6 of 6
The Beatle progeny's first fragrance, Stella, $72, is as easy to wear as her clothing — and much more affordable. This is likely why the pretty mix of amber and rose notes was instantly as popular as one of her proud papa's greatest hits.