Sillage de la Reine, by Francis Kurkdjian for the Chateau de Versailles. Sold/exhibited as the perfume of Marie Antoinette, or rather, a perfume she could have worn. It's not an exact recreation of a single perfume, but largely based on a recipe among those recently found from the court perfumer. Laudably, it uses only natural ingredients and 18thc perfumery methods.
Do you mean what gender it would be most suitable for originally or today? I believe florals were unisex in the 18thc but to mainstream contemporary tastes it would likely be seen as a feminine.