Madison Square Park was the height of fashion in the Gilded Age. Today it’s back-in hip-&-cool revival mode. So now is the time for a neighborhood Eau de Parfum; an arresting, super-bright mélange of romantic florals and crisp greens. The vibrant neon pink and green bottle has a removable, grass-green Deco Modern rose-blossom accent (on the 100ml size only) which can be worn as a bracelet or brooch. Wear its double rows of beads on your wrist, or detach the vintage-style rose centerpiece, to use as a brooch. Ah, perfume and jewelry. We love that combination.
- Top notes: Grape Hyacinth, Huckleberry, Prairie Dropseed Grass.
- Heart notes: Red Leaf Rose, Red Hunter Tulip.
- Base notes: Teakwood, Vetiver.
- Removable rose-blossom accent (100ml only), which can be worn as a bracelet or brooch.
- Eau de Parfum: Women.
- 50ml, 100ml.
- Apply as desired, to pulse points behind your ear, at the bottom of your throat, on your wrist, inside your elbow and/or behind your knee.
Laurent Le Guernec grew up in Paris, and became interested in perfume when, as a chemistry student at the University of Paris, he received an opportunity to continue his studies at the prestigious ISIPCA in Versailles. During his studies, he worked for the famous natural material producing Laboratoire Monique Remy in Grasse, which coupled with the tutelage of no less than Pierre Bourdan and Jean-Claude Ellena gave him a reputation for being highly skilled with natural florals. This lead to a career with Mane and credit for hugely popular hit fragrances including Michael Kors Michael For Women. He now works for IFF.
Bond No.9 is an American fragrance company that pays tribute to the city of New York through the art of perfumery. Founded in 2003 by perfume industry veteran Laurice Rahmé, and named for the address of its headquarters and boutique at 9 Bond Street in NoHo, the company’s fragrances immortalize iconic New York landmarks and geography, with colorful packaging and innovative scents. Bond No.9 fragrances were made in collaboration with perfumers Laurent Le Guernec, David Apel, Maurice Roucel, Laurice Rahme, Michel Almairac, Aurelien Guichard, Vera Vanore, Francis Camail, Robertet, Rene Morgenthaler, Laurent le Guernec, IFF, Claude Dir and Stephen Nilsen.