I love almost everything from Parfums MDCI and if I had a million dollars in my pocket, I'd buy the entire line. (And bigger pockets.) Though I still wouldn't splurge on the bottles with the marble heads. I wonder how much money you'd need before believing $125 for a little marble head is a good idea?
Lately I've been wearing Bertrand Duchaufour's Chypre Palatin. It smells both graceful and complex, a chypre that's not bitter, probably due to restrictions on oakmoss. But Duchaufour makes up for it by including everything else. First it's green, then floral (especially for a masculine, which it is, though it truly isn't), then there's a long, sweet, leathery drydown.
You can smell different aspects of the fragrance each time you breathe in, it's constantly evolving, the perfume version of the morphing heads in Michael Jackson's "Black or White" video.