City Scents

If you’ve never had the chance to wear or test a Bond No.9 perfume than you’re truly missing out on one of life’s great pleasures.  Their scents are so incredibly unique and hit notes that you just won’t find in a traditional perfume.  The collection is available at some of the world’s most exclusive stores, like Harvey Nichols in London and Lane Crawford in Hong Kong.

Bond No.9 was launched as an homage to the great city of New York and the name is actually the address of their company headquarters in NoHo.

The Bond No. 9 collection — 34 women’s, men’s, and unisex eaux de parfum — has a dual mission: To restore artistry to perfumery, and to mark every New York neighborhood with a scent of its own. Each fragrance represents a specific downtown, midtown, or uptown locale or a city-wide sensibility. With new introductions in the coming seasons, Bond No. 9 infuses the island of Manhattan with scents.

I love that you can not only customize scents, but you can also buy mini “bon bon” versions of their pricey parfums so that you can mix and match and try a little bit everything they have to offer.  If you live in New York, you should definitely stop by one of their stores or you can stop by your local Saks to smell the collection for yourself.

But if the thougt of spending $185 for a 100ml bottle of perfume sends you into sticker shock, you’re not alone!  I suggest you opt for the Bond No.9 sample set where you will get 6 samples of your choice for only $15 (including shipping).  At this price, you can’t affort not to smell good!  And look how cute they come packaged…I might have to give these away as presents!

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