Madison Avenue by Bond No. 9 Perfume. As seasons shift, you give yourself a much-deserved update to wardrobe, makeup and hair, but don’t forget to
divulge in a light, effortless fragrance. In April 2016, New York City perfumery Bond No. 9 introduced Madison Avenue, a blissful nod to the fairer seasons. With fruity apple and bergamot top notes, fully floral heart of roses and jasmine, and fragrant base combination of patchouli and praline, this perfume strikes an accord that is equal parts
sophisticated and lighthearted.
As America’s first female-founded perfumery, Bond No. 9 was developed by Laurice Rahmé in New York City. Her vision was to upend the perfume industry with scents that were both innovative and civic-minded. Her company maintains its corporate independence, allowing it to bring forth such fresh products as the season-inspired Madison Avenue. The fragrance is held within a light pink bottle, complete with black seams and bow suitable for a New York woman.
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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