It takes (about) 7,000,000 flowers to make 1kg of jasmine oil; picked by hand in the early hours when the oil content is at its highest. The reward for such endeavors is an oil densely honeyed and floral but with an animalic note that takes it beyond mere prettiness.
Where lightness and transparency are needed (jasmine oil is far heftier than the flower itself) the synthetic, Hedion, can also be used.
Suede calls for similar notes as leather but with a lighter touch (less of the rich smoky notes more of the inky metallic isobutyl quinoleine). Added to that, the aptly named Suederal helps recreate the soft feel that makes suede so attractive.