I Love New York Double Decker
Downtown eaux de parfum (50ml flacons), arrayed in a lush white keepsake box (with the Bond No. 9 logo embossed on the top) that captures the emerging new minimalist luxury trend to a T. This year’s definitive gift — if you can bear to part with it.
The I Love New York Double Decker includes: West Side, Hamptons, Bryant Park, The Scent of Peace, Chinatown, Fire Island, Bleecker Street, Little Italy, Chelsea Flowers, Wall Street, Nuits de Noho, Coney Island.
Andy Warhol Lexington Avenue
Think pre-Pop 1950s New York, when Andy Warhol lived on Lexington Avenue and plied his trade as a prolific illustrator — mainly of imaginative shoes. Hence the Warhol-designed mélange that covers the flacon. Lush and unapologetically seductive, this scent dares to link two of the most ultra-feminine commodities a woman can own: fragrance and footwear.
“See a shoe and Pick it up and all day long you’ll have Good Luck.” — Andy Warhol
Andy Warhol Union Square
“My favorite smell is the first smell of spring in New York,” Andy Warhol once said. Perhaps in a similar spirit, Warhol created his Flowers portfolio of vibrantly colored screenprints at his studio on Union Square — a neighborhood where you’ll now find a vibrant Greenmarket brimming with fruits and flowers.
The Scent of Peace Swarovski
Our most stellar perfume (grapefruit, black currant and lily of the valley), in a limited edition flacon whose dove-in-flight design is traced in amethyst, white and opalescent Swarovski crystals. A uniquely shimmering statement of the longing for peace.
Andy Warhol Silver Factory
Warhol once made mention of a company that was “interested in buying his aura.” Here it is, in liquid form. Depicted on the bottle is a bold rendition of one of the artist’s most recognizable works, the Campbell’s Soup Can. Soup? Perfume? Both smell sweet to us. Not to mention smooth, smoky, spicy and of ambiguous male-female gender.
“Another way to take up more space is with perfume. I really love wearing perfume.” — Andy Warhol