The line now offers 25 fragrances, all made with taste and elegance, some of which are becoming small classics: Sushi Imperiale for example is a very unique salty gourmand, Sutra Ylang features a ylang ylang note of rare sophistication, Real Patchouly is a nice classic, lively patchouli Agrumi di Sicilia is a dry and bitter Cologne, very elegant and modern.
But if you have the chance, I would advise you to try them all, because in the contemporary "artistic" market, where many new brands shout out loud to be heard, BOIS 1920 features a good taste and a composure rare to find and refreshing.
The first one I tried was Aethereus, a floral-gourmand scent immediately pleasant, built around a blend of coconut and citrus, a heart of tuberose, tonka bean and woods. It smells of summer holidays on exotic beaches of blinding-white sand, tiny bikini and tanned skin. Summer would be its perfect timing but for me perfumes like this are at their best in winter times, when they're able to bring back a smile on gray days. (follows here)