Malle's Carnal Flower seems to be loved by many and has established itself as "the" tuberose standard, despite a slew of tuberose fragrances over the past few years. I feel among the fragrance community it's ousted Fracas as the "reference" tuberose. It's not my all-time favorite tuberose, but it's excellent, and despite being niche and only out for five years, I feel its place as a modern classic is assured for at least the near future.
On the faddish favorites, I feel Domenico Caraceni mania came and went as its one good variant among the geranium-rose group among many. For a few-month stretch, it seemed like there was a new thread on it each week.