New York summers don’t care that you shower, never wear shirts more than twice once without washing, and deodorize every a.m. Ten minutes outside, and you’re the smelly kid. Spiff your whiff with Leilani Bishop’s floral fragrance oils. Bishop, an NYC- and Amagansett-based Vogue cover model, based her debut line on scents from her childhood in Kauai and treks around the world. Pikake (our favorite) is light, uncomplicated, and smells like being bathed in sunshine while eating a guava in Hawaii; orange blossom has a proper essence; and though Bishop cites New York as its inspiration, lilac reminds us of a breezy, flower-drenched arbor. The trio is produced in the States, rolls on, and comes in surprisingly durable gold-capped glass vials. Keep one in your purse or beach bag for unexpectedly steamy situations. You never nose. Available at Warm, 181 Mott Street, between Kenmare and Broome Streets (212-925-1200 or warmny.com); at leilanibishop.com, $62.