Hi danieq ! I own the HermÃ¨s which I use a lot & the vintage Narcisse I use from time to time. I think the very most People would call the latter a feminine perfume; the former unisex. In the HermÃ¨s, which is dry & a little austere I personally detect more masculine elements. This is the reason why I like it very much when my girl wears it. And she likes it, when I wear the Narcisse (e.g. on a heavy leather jacket). This scent has a heady, slightly indolic quality. We both detect something bizarre & "poisonous" in this perfume, think flowers like a "Datura". As you can see, I don`t give too much about gender. But if you mean something deep and unconventional & without any "clichÃ©e" - both scents definitely are.
((Hi cacio !! Thanks for your satement about NN. I`m nag champa kind of guy and luckily have stocked up. The new NN is something totally different, but nice in it`s own way, I find.))