Bond No.9’s Sutton Place Eau de Parfum celebrates the understated pre-war enclave that serves as home to the traditionally male cadre of U.N. diplomats. Base notes of amber, musk, leather and vanilla pay homage to the building’s heritage. Journeying next is floral jasmine, lily and patchouli accumulating to a heady mix of zesty tangerine, bergamot and pink pepper, making for a decidedly masculine, yet delicate elixir.
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.