For those planning to be in New York City on March 14th 2009, you will have an opportunity to meet with Bond No. 9 founder Laurice Rahme on the occasion of the launch of Brooklyn.
Bond No. 9 Proudly Announces Brooklyn, the Eau de Parfum
Laurice Rahme to Premiere New Brooklyn Scent
Capturing the Vibe of the Edgy New Brooklyn
Founder and CEO of Bond No. 9 New York, Laurice Rahme, introduces you to her latest fragrance creation with a very special personal appearance and bottle signing at Saks Fifth Avenue in New York...
WHO: Bond No. 9 Founder and CEO, Laurice Rahme
WHAT: In business since the fall of 2001, Bond No. 9 is a small-scale, NoHo-based artisanal perfumery whose dual mission is to restore artistry to scent-making and to celebrate New York, as no other city has ever been celebrated, with a wide range of neighborhood fragrances. Currently it offers 32 highly praised women's, men's, and ambiguous eaux de parfum, which are available at the Bond No. 9 flagship (address: 9 Bond Street) and its three New York satellite boutiques, and at select department stores and perfumeries around the world.
WHY: Brooklyn is changing. New York's legendary city within a city, home to a century or more of strivers, dreamers, and Nobel laureates, is reinventing itself, neighborhood by neighborhood, as an edgy metropolis. Sure, for a while there Brooklyn was a necessary second choice for the real estate-challenged Millennials seeking affordable rents and more square footage than formidable Manhattan could offer. But now-- a whole new story. Today's Brooklyn is preferable to a new generation of artistic émigrés. This is where the artists and musicians choose to move. It's home to graffiti-ists, gaffers, and key grips, to web designers and aspiring editors. This is where fashion stylists live. New York-bound hip-and-cool Seattle-ites prefer to move to Brooklyn; smart Stockholmers book their hotel rooms here.
WHEN: March 14th
1:00PM - 7:00PM
WHERE: Saks Fifth Avenue
First Floor Cosmetics and Fragrances
611 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10022
212 753 4000
(Via press release)