Bond No. 9 - Astor Place
Our Mesmerizing New Eau de Parfum, Inspired by New York’s Most Vibrant Arts-and-Style Intersection.
Bond No. 9 New York. This scent is an intoxicating, fresh spring floral that starts out with a bold and seductive freesia-poppy-violet leaf composition, and then simmers down into the smooth, steady notes of teakwood and musk. It's reminiscent of downtown with a lot of grace. The surface design of the flacon echoes the angles and cubes of the Rosenthal sculpture in a rich array of colors.Art abounds on Astor Place -- and now it's in liquid form too. A feminine scent perfect for her.
Back in the day, when Downtown was Uptown, nowhere in New York was grander than Astor Place - the enclave stretching between Broadway and Third Avenue, and floating between 14th and Houston Streets. Here, where much of the land was owned by the early 19th century fur-trading philanthropist John Jacob Astor, were situated the city’s greatest theaters, a row of colonnaded Greek Revival townhouses to rival Regent Park’s in London, the hallowed neo-Romanesque Great Hall of Cooper Union, the Renaisance-Revival Astor Library (now the Public Theater), and the neo-Renaissance shopping emporium John Wanamaker.
Bond No. 9 decided it was time for a namesake eau de parfum. Hence Astor Place, the scent, an intoxicatingly fresh spring floral that starts out with a bold and unapologetically seductive freesia-poppy-violet leaf composition, and then simmers down into the smooth, steady notes of teakwood and musk. It’s contemporary Downtown all right, with a lot of grace.
Notes: Violet Leaf, Mandarin Zest, Freesia, Red poppy buds, Orris (iris root), teakwood, Musk and Amber
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