Sunday, December 30, 2007

Bond 9 Union Square Andy Warhol

I think most of the perfume loving blogosphere is buzzing with the new Bond 9 Andy Warhol fragrance news. I am posting it as well in case you haven't seen it yet. I love the notes for this one, as Silver Factory wasn't really me.
It will launch in March.
Here is the news from WWD:

With her latest Andy Warhol-inspired fragrance, Bond No. 9 founder Laurice Rahme is trying to turn niche marketing into an art form.

Rahme plans to launch Andy Warhol Union Square, a fragrance sporting a bottle decorated with 10 variations of a famous "Flowers" series, done by the pop artist in the Seventies. The fragrances are being offered in a variety of 10 different bottles, each with a slightly different version of the flower print based on original silk screens of the "Flowers" print. For avid collectors and hard-core Warhol fanatics, the complete portfolio of 10 100-ml. bottles will be offered in a box for $1,500. For those consumers on a budget, they can buy one bottle featuring a representative version of the flower print for $195 for a 100-ml. bottle and $135 for a 50-ml. one

Andy Warhol Union Square by Bond No. 9 is a floral fragrance with a musk and spicy twist. Created by Stephen Nilsen of Givaudan, Andy Warhol Union Square is composed of top notes of lily of the valley and green stem; middle notes of sweet blue freesia and white birch wood, and bottom notes of amber and silver-cloud musk accords.

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