2009 August 31
WHAT: Bond No. 9 Andy Warhol Success is a Job in New York fragrance
WHY: We don't need to tell you that we're already obsessed with Bond No. 9 and their map-of-New York approach to fragrance, but their latest scent is even more covetable. Andy Warhol's first assignment in the ‘50s was an illustrator was for a Glamour magazine article, entitled “Success is a Job in New York”--and the title was later used for a book about Warhol’s early career. Now, it's the name of Bond's money-centric scent, a warm and spicy mix of coriander, cardamom, mandarin, and bergamot, with notes of jasmine, tuberose, rose, vanilla, and amber. What can we say? We're material girls, after all...