Prada L'Homme was released in 2016. Created by Daniela (Roche) Andrier, it has notes of iris, amber, leather, geranium patchouli, tonka bean. It hits most favorite men's cologne lists.
From Basenotes - "Prada L'Homme just feels perfectly keyed to purpose of being a low-key pleasantry that doesn't requite in-depth analysis or tolerance of ornery animalics and grating aromachemicals that quickly get you dubbed "the cologne guy". Perhaps not a total replacement for the venerated Infusion d'Homme because it is a reduction of sorts, Prada L'Homme nonetheless is another tasteful example of Prada at their best. Thumbs up."
From What Men Should Smell Like - "epper gives texture and geranium adds a hint of floral freshness. Geranium is also a keystone in L’Homme’s fougere accord, which is far more demure compared to the chest-beating aromatic fougeres of the 1980s or more recently, Amouage’s Bracken Man. As L’Homme settles on skin, the fougere accord is warmed by Prada’s signature amber note and musk. At the final stage of the dry down, what remains is an elegant amber-fougere that is not overpowering and stays close to the skin."