Perfume’s high concentration of essences (often as much as 40%) and slow releasing notes make perfume the longest lasting and most beautiful fragrance you can wear. While all perfumes are strong, only some are universally respected, critically acclaimed and maintain their popularity over a number of years. The women’s perfumes in our classic list have done exactly that. They’ve sold well, but more than that, they’ve meant a lot to a lot of different women. From Chanel No. 5 to Miss Dior by Christian Dior all the way through to Angel by Mugler and Daisy by Marc Jacobs, classics never go out of style.