No way... no can do. The industry can obliterate a scent family in a blaze of idiotic regulations and fancy footed marketing but these scents are not and never will be acceptable 'chypres' to me.
All but the last two of your list all fall within the category of 'woody' scents not chypre which implies moss / mossy and these are not. The last two, especially the the Lorenzo Villoresi Sandalo sound like they may be more appropriate due to the inclusion of moss. I would consider the LV Sandalo a modern interpretation of the Traditional Chypre with the distinct basic (oak)moss +amber+citrus / fruit accord that forms the structure of other great traditional chypres such as Rochas Femme, Jean Patou Sublime and Chanel Cristalle.
Not all progress is for the better and I don't really care how 'backward' I may be for not being 'hip' and 'moving with the times' accepting these rank upstarts as a particular 'type' of perfume just because the money men put a label on it and tell me it is so.
These perfumes are great, I am sure, and I may one day enjoy them for their own merits. But I will never consider them chypres - whether classic, traditional, new, pink or otherwise.
No (oak)moss + amber + citrus / fruit accord = NO Chypre!