Hermès is almost certainly my favorite house. When I first tested Terre d'Hermès - my first from Hermès - I was a convert almost immediately.
While I generally think of TdH as a masculine, it is quite outdoorsy, and has a strong citrus and floral component. Worn by the right woman with the right clothes, and under the right circumstances, I would find it extremely attractive and feminine - even sexy.
My wife and I also own the Jardin series. She loves the greenery of Nil, but it doesn't work on me. I like Meditéranée, and find that one to be a true unisex. On me, it is a spicy, figgy cedar - almost more plainly masculine than TdH. But on my wife, it seems quite feminine, and her girlfriends like it, too. Mousson also strikes me as a unisex aqua, soft and green enough to suit my wife, and aqua enough to suit me. But there are days when the greenery overcomes me, and I want to put algicides in the pool.
On my list are Equipage, Rocabar, Bel Ami, and the Hermèssence line. I dream of my first trip to one of the Hermès storefronts.
I think 24 Faubourg is heavenly, but my wife doesn't like it, unfortunately. I also like Kelly Calèche and Elixir des Merveilles, but she doesn't like those, either. I think I could probably pull off Kelly Calèche in a male "rose water" sort of way, but I'm not sure about the others. I definitely want to try Hiris, since I love Bois d'Iris, and expect to love Hiris, too.
I'm thinking about getting the limited edition of TdH. I have the flanker deodorant, which is a nice complement to the EdT. I like to think about what kind of true flanker EdT they could create for TdH. That might make a nice thread. Let's just hope it's not a sport cologne. Maybe a Noir version (desert night theme) for elegant wear. The way life comes out in the cool of the desert night. I'd buy it blind in a heartbeat!