In time for the holidays, Bond No 9 has released three unique, creative and appealing fragrances at a variety of price points.
Camille Henfling’s revival of the Von Eusersdorff fragrance heritage has resulted in a creative selection of scents, all worthy of discovery.
The Ormonde Jayne Four Corners of the Earth collection is masterfully-crafted and eloquently captures the nuances of their cultural inspirations.
If you poured every Bond No 9 release from the last two years into one big bucket, mixed and decanted it, the result would be Perfumista Avenue.
Geza Schoen has developed a masterful work that commands us to take notice, and gs03 defines a floral musk that is both enticing and sensual.
Francis Kurkdjian’s brief for Jean-Paul Gaultier Le Beau Male was to highlight notes that were more subliminal in Le Male, not reformulate the classic.
If you appreciate the subtle signatures and understated refinement, Creed Millesime 1849 will be everything vintage that you’ve come to love.
Juicy Couture’s Dirty English for Men may be worthwhile if you’re seeking a moderately priced cologne that isn’t simply top-notes without depth.
Among the scents discontinued with Bond No. 9′s Andy Warhol Foundation license agreement was Bond No 9 Andy Warhol. In many ways, it was a merciful end.