Andy Warhol Montauk by Bond No. 9 Cologne. An attempt to capture the vibrant mood of the late Andy Warhol, Andy Warhol Montauk by Bond No.
9 was launched in 2010. This colorful scent was created with the effort and expertise of fragrance professional Laurent Le Guernec, who attempted to fit the complexity of the artist himself into the product by using top notes of bergamot, bay leaf and blueberry. These introductory scents are paired with middle notes of hyacinth, honeysuckle and
lily-of-the-valley, which in turn fade into base notes of maple, oak, amber and driftwood.
Bond No. 9 is an American Perfume Company that draws its inspiration from the streets and sights of New York City, an area that was frequented by the artist that inspired this particular scent. The company was founded by Laurice Rahme in 2003. The colorful packaging and unique theme quickly set the company apart from competition, leading to the successful creation of 118 perfumes and colognes in the years since.
Bond No. 9 was founded in 2003 by perfume industry veteran Laurice Rahmé and was named for the address of its boutique and head office at 9 Bond Street in New York City. In celebration of one of the world’s most exciting cities, Bond No. 9 is a collection of fragrances immortalizing New York City landmarks and geography. Each perfume, cologne or unisex scent, housed in similar shaped vessels, is unique, and along with its colorful packaging,...
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