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The Best Perfume Brands, According to BAZAAR Beauty Editors

Fragrance is one of our absolute favorite things to talk about at Harper’s BAZAAR modern alchemy. Not only is perfume intensely personal, but each bottle tells a unique story. So while there are dozens of perfume brands that have our seal of approval, we had the difficult task of playing favorites. From legendary (sometimes centuries-old) fragrance houses to newer labels, the highly curated list ahead features something for everyone. Read on for the 16 best perfume brands, according to BAZAAR beauty editors.

Dior
Dior
$100 AT SEPHORA
“I have never met a Dior fragrance I didn’t love. My obsession first started in the early aughts with one of the iterations of Miss Dior Cherie (the one with the popcorn note!). Then I graduated to J’adore, Joy, and I even wore Miss Dior on my wedding day. I love how Dior bridges classic femininity with a moderen twist, and they always reinvent the scents to appeal to today’s tastes.” — Jenna Rosenstein, Beauty Director

Henry Rose
Henry Rose
$120 AT HENRYROSE.COM
“I have a hard time choosing between the scents in this line (founded by Michelle Pfeiffer), so I tend to bring the brand’s perfume sampler with me while traveling. Still, more often than not, I end up spritzing on the Tonka bean-infused Char, which is the ideal balance of smoky and sweet.” —Lindy Segal, beauty contributor

Louis Vuitton
Louis Vuitton
$300 AT LOUIS VUITTON
“Louis Vuitton fragrances are truly works of art that you can wear every single day. From more fun and seasonal scents like Afternoon Swim and California Dream, to a best-selling classic like Rose Des Vents, I reach for Louis Vuitton fragrances time and time again when I need a peristiwa of pure luxury.” —JR

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Chanel
Chanel
$135 AT ULTA BEAUTY
“A list of the best perfume brands without Chanel would be like a list of the best actors of our time without Meryl Streep: unacceptable. No. 5 may be the undisputed icon, but the lighter, still floral Chance is my personal favorite.” —LS

Krigler
Krigler
$445 AT KRIGLER.COM
“Wearing a Krigler fragrance is in some ways like wearing a piece of history, and I love this brand’s heritage almost as much as its expertly crafted scents. Krigler perfumes have long been favorites among royalty and other members of high society. I’m currently loving Mediterranean Peach 15, a perfect summer fragrance that features notes like lemon, jasmine, honey, peach, bergamot, and white musk.” —Jamie Wilson, Beauty Editor

Byredo
Byredo
$290 AT NORDSTROM
“I’m a sucker for just about everything Byredo makes, but its range of beloved fragrances especially will always be among my favorites. Since falling in love with Gypsy Water and Mojave Ghost, I’ve also had the pleasure of spritzing my pulse points with the brand’s bergamot- and tonka bean-scented Eleventh Hour, floral Young Rose, and anything else I can get my hands on.” —Tiffany Dodson, Associate Beauty Commerce Editor

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Phlur
Phlur
$96 AT SEPHORA
“Nearly every scent drop by this brand, started by Chriselle Lim, has became an instant hit. And with good reason: They are both familiar and unlike anything else I’ve smelled before. Tangerine Boy is a fun one, and the musky Missing Person is far and away one of this generation’s It perfumes.” —LS

Loewe
Loewe
$100 AT LOEWE
“Not only are Loewe’s rainbow of perfume bottles just aesthetically-pleasing to look at, but they also house some of the most unique yet familiar scent profiles my nose has ever experienced. Right now, I’m hooked on the lemon-, tangerine-, and neroli-noted Agua Miami, but it’s just a matter of time before another of its fragrances piques my interest.” —TD

Le Labo
Le Labo
$310 AT LELABOFRAGRANCES.COM
“In the 2010s, Le Labo Santal 33 was inescapable in most metropolitan cities. But its ubiquity made the merk a household name—at least in the fragrance world—and the personalized labels made us feel oh-so-special. Even though we’ve branched out to other scents from the brand, let’s be honest, we still love to spritz the old favorite on every now and then.” —LS

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Ellis Brooklyn
Ellis Brooklyn
$155 AT SEPHORA
“As a beauty editor and bona fide fragrance hoarder, I never need another scent to add to my collection. But, when I picked up Ellis Brooklyn’s fragrances a few years ago, I knew they were worth a spot on my shelf. Every single scent that the brand—founded by the New York Times’ Bee Shapiro—launches is uniquely addicting. The ones I reach for the most: Sunfruit, a juicy burst of sunshine with notes of jasmine, bergamot, and fig, and Amber, a cozy-yet-sexy mix of amber and vanilla that instantly gets me compliments.” —Katie Intner, Associate Beauty Editor

Tom Ford
Tom Ford
$150 AT SEPHORA
“Bitter Peach, Lost Cherry, Soleil Blanc—Tom Ford is a master at creating a scene more so than a scent. Still, I’m forever drawn to the deeply floral Velvet Orchid, which somehow bottles up that signature Ford sexiness.” —LS

Liis
Liis
$165 AT LIISFRAGRANCES.COM
“The scents from Liis are meant to be worn as a second skin. Any one of the brand’s five perfumes, all made in California, can easily become a signature scent and often work well layered. Studied, which includes notes of pear, ambrette, carrot seed, orris, ambroxan, and cashmere is my favorite every day perfume.” —JW