The perfume is described as being floral, spicy, and musky. It features "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."
The packaging this time will follow Andy Warhol's taste for repetition and variation more closely as Bond No. 9 will propose a set of 10, 100 ml flower-power bottles purchasable for $1500. They will also be available separately in two sizes, $195 for 100 ml/3.4 oz. and $135 for 50 ml/1.7 oz.
Jewelry is also associated this time with the new project; Robert Lee Morris has designed 400 limited edition flower necklaces in sterling silver,
"The jewelry will feature a Warhol quote engraved on the back: "My favorite smell is the first smell of spring in New York," as well as the Bond logo. Launching in time for Mother's Day, the 36-inch necklace will be available with a 100-ml. bottle of the fragrance for $575."
You can read our advance review of Bond No. 9 Union Square
(Source: WWD - subscription only)