Let's do all three at the same time. We can compare notes on the three. I need to dig out my clues for the three, it won't take long.
I can tell you the three scents have some things in common;
All are named for or credited to a creative person. Someone who is an artist, or designer or writer, etc..
I apologize for my clumsy wording of this plot. Purplebird is the writer. Anyway, living in the middle of nowhere affects my way of wearing perfume. I can only experience this art form from my viewpoint, which is at least less limited now that there is internet access to perfume , along with credit cards & world wide shipping, we're pretty well hooked up to the rest of the world.
And, even though Nebraska is in the middle of nowhere, a lot of interesting & creative people have come from there.In no particular order; Marlon Brando, Paul Whiteman, Robert Henri, Harold Eggerton, Ted Kooser (US Poet Laureat), Willa Cather. But I digress. So, each of the three perfumes is named for or made by a creative person in the arts.
And we in Nebraska and nearby hinterlands aren't really out of it. (Note to big-wig fancy pants who don't make good perfumes available to us, if you care!)
Everyone start sniffing and tell us what you think you have. Oriental , floral, etc. and we'll go from there. Ok?