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Our Latest Fragrance Bond No. 9
Central Park South finally gets a sophisticated fragrance it can call its own. The world’s most super-elegant city street, with the world’s most sumptuous greenery at its doorstep, is the inspiration for Bond No. 9’s new eau de parfum.
A fresh floral – top notes of grapefruit flower and blackcurrant buds, a seductive heart-note of jasmine and lily of the valley, and a base of classic wood notes.
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Bond No. 9
Central Park West, A legendary, grand-scale address with a grand-scale front yard deserves an eau de parfum to match. A springtime wakeup call: Narcissus mingled with tangy ylang ylang and a pinch of piquant pepper. A beckoning white-petal mélange— orris, jasmine, and linden—and majestic gardenia.
Notes: Narcissus, ylang ylang, black pepper, gardenia, jasmine, linden, orris, musk, white oak
Bond No. 9
The vibrant neon pink and green bottle has a removable, grass-green Deco Modern rose-blossom bracelet which can be used as a bracelet or brooch. Wear its double rows of beads on your wrist, or detach the vintage-style rose centerpiece, to use as a brooch. Ah, perfume and jewelry! We love that combination.
Notes: Grape hyacinth, huckleberry, prairie dropseed grass, red leaf rose, red hunter tulips, teakwood
Bond No. 9
The scent starts off with a prairie grazing weed- purple love grass- mixed with citrusy bergamot and zesty Indian rhubarb. The perfume’s floral heart is red-leaf rose, Lady Jane tulips, and grape hyacinth. Its lingering base notes combine bur oak- from the sheltering tree that thrives here- with imported sea moss, to evoke the Hudson’s River proximity, along with musk and teakwood, to remind us that Bond No. 9 High Line is a metro- perfume.
Notes: Bergamot, Purple Love Grass, Indian Rhubarb, Red Leaf Rose, Tulips, Grape Hyacinth and Bur Oak