When I tried thinking of all the other well-known fragrance names based on adjectives, I could only come up with Schiaparelli Shocking and SJP Lovely, though there are many more of them, I know!
So I decided to take up Andy's baton and turned my mind instead to thinking up a few more adjectival names myself, that in some way capture the scent in question, even if they are most unlikely to get through the focus group stage(!).
INELUCTABLE: another name for Very Irresistible if it ever stages a come back.
INDIGENT: for a budget perfume that aspires to punch above its price tag with an obscurely impactful name.
BOMBASTIC: so many big production 'kitchen sink' fragrances deserve this epithet - let's call a spade a spade at last!
ETIOLATED: a descriptor that doesn't get out much and evokes a whole swathe of pale and uninteresting, insipid scents.
AVUNCULAR: for the next one of those 'in the library' pipe smoke and leather-type frags?
REBARBATIVE: one of those Marmite / controversial / Emperor's new clothes perfumes that people admire for their avant-garde smell of photocopier toner or whatever, but which are frankly repellent.
Come to think of it, 'Repellent' might be another contender for a citronella-forward fragrance. ;)
REGURGITATED: perfect for a tiresome flanker? OR for a rich oriental featuring a generous lump of ambergris.
PERVASIVE: similar to the above, but with the added nuance of strong sillage. (Very similar in style to 'INSIDIOUS' and 'TENACIOUS'.)
RISIBLE: a good all-rounder of a name that is perfectly in tune with the olfactory Zeitgeist.
MORDANT: one of those spiky, galbanum-heavy compositions with a bonus Hogwarts vibe.
INVIDIOUS: this one manages to be full of vim, verve, and chutzpah, while actually meaning 'obnoxious'. (Not to be confused with 'INSIDIOUS' above.)
HUBRISTIC: one for the high end 'fur coat and no knicker' niche set (embellished with Swarowski crystals, why don't we?)
EQUANIMOUS: calm, composed, like the urbane metrosexual for whom it is intended.
MIASMIC: not a criticism of J-Lo's Miami Glow, which is quite a nice beachy scent, apparently.
So please now hit me up with reminders of existing adjectival perfumes, or some more suggestions of promising names!