After Helmut Lang departed from his namesake fashion house in 2005, his iconic lineup of fragrances went with it. Helmut Lang eau de parfum had a bit of a cult-like following, with a scent that was unique and a bottle design that’s timeless. With hints of lavender, rosemary, orange tree blossom, and woods, it really left a mark for the loyalists. The timeless smells is back in its original form, with Maurice Roucel, the same French perfumer who created it back in 1995. Helmut Lang eau de toilette is a bit lighter while Françoise Caron’s Cuiron from the early 2000s is back as well, giving us that leather-meets-wood scent we’ve always appreciated. Helmut Lang fragrances — Eau de Parfum ($185), Eau de Cologne ($185), and Cuiron ($165) — are available now through Helmut Lang boutiques and through the brand’s online store.