While we usually reserve our fragrance reporting for the ladies, it's time we recognize the gentlemen (Brad Pitt , Robert Pattinson , and Matthew McConaughey , we're looking at you) who front some of the top designer cologne campaigns. The best thing about these ads isn't the smoldering stares, the fast cars, or even the risqué bedroom scenes, but rather the occasional shirtless  moment that makes us swoon (insert daydream of Alexander Skarsgard 's muscles here). In honor of Valentine's Day and the recent announcement that Chris Pine is the new face of Giorgio Armani  fragrances, we rounded up 15 male-fronted ads that make us drool. You can also shop these scents for the man in your life now. You're welcome.
Alexander Skarsgard For Calvin Klein
Last year, Calvin Klein  called on True Blood's Alexander Skarsgard  to bring his brooding smirk to the men's scent Encounter  ($74).
Brad Pitt For Chanel
We will never forget Brad Pitt 's ad monologue for the iconic fragrance Chanel No. 5  ($120-$325). He is actually the only man on our list representing a women's scent — which spurred numerous spoofs .
Chris Pine For Giorgio Armani
This Summer, Chris Pine will star in a new campaign for Giorgio Armani's Code  ($65). Keep your fingers crossed for shirt-free scenes!
There's no need to hire a male model when you're as handsome as David Beckham . He has multiple iterations of his fragrance, but Homme  ($25) is the most sophisticated of the bunch.
Robert Pattinson For Dior
Robert Pattinson  got to roll around with a new lady for his Christian Dior Homme  ($84) campaign. We were just excited to see a more dapper version of Robert as opposed to his typical scruffy look.
Jared Leto For Hugo Boss
Did you know that the Jared Leto  we know and love for his acting and singing was once a cologne model? He had a brief stint as the spokesman for Hugo Boss Red  ($79), but it was long before his long ombré locks  stage.
Eric Bana For Bulgari
What does the dapper Bulgari  man look like? The brand chose Eric Bana  to promote the Extreme cologne  ($62).
Chris Evans For Gucci
Evan Rachel Wood and Chris Evans make a devastating pair in the Gucci Guilty  ($84) campaign, and we have no shame in staring at Chris's . . . tattoo.
James Franco For Gucci
Mr. Do It All in a tuxedo could cause any woman to drool. Even though he barely says anything in this Gucci Made to Measure  ($68) spot, the message comes across clear. This scent was made for powerful (and sexy) guys.
Ryan Reynolds For Hugo Boss
Ryan Reynolds 's panty-dropping gaze was perfect for the Hugo Boss Sport  ($60) campaign. But we have one question: is he zipping that leather jacket up or down?
Paul Walker For Davidoff
The late Paul Walker  represented Davidoff Cool Water  ($69) for years. His oceanic ad campaign  is just one of many components to his legacy.
Garrett Hedlund For Yves Saint Laurent
Young actor Garrett Hedlund nearly started a catfight in his commercial for YSL's La Nuit de L'Homme  ($85) ad. But if we had a man like that within reach, the claws would surely come out.
Orlando Bloom For Hugo Boss
Back in 2011, Orlando Bloom  leant his smile to the Hugo Boss Orange  ($67) ads.
Simon Baker For Givenchy
Simon Baker got drenched for Givenchy's Gentleman Only  ($49) print campaign. Simon . . . soaking wet . . . in a suit can definitely convince us to buy this juice for our man.
Matthew McConaughey For Dolce & Gabbana
Not that we needed another reason to envy Scarlett Johansson , but the lovely actress costarred with Matthew McCanaughey in this short film for Dolce & Gabbana's The One  ($50).