MvVO Art Launches AD ART SHOW
Fashion and High Society

Bond No. 9 The Scents of Luxury Created By A Women

Bond No. 9 The Scents of Luxury Created By A Women

In an industry that has long been dominated by men, Bond No. 9 is the first American parfumerie to be headed by a woman. Laurice Rahmé, oversees every aspect of Bond No. 9–from creating the New York-centric concept behind the eau de parfum collection, to guiding the development of each fragrance and bottle design, to designing the interior of each Bond No. 9 boutique.

Beyond a brand, Ms. Rahmé has made Bond No. 9 a singular force to be reckoned with in the world of luxury goods.

After all, while perfumery has always been about head-turning. Bond No. 9 has turned perfumes on their head.

Not only is our prizewinning repertory of eaux de parfum honored around the world for its wide, stunning, intoxicating range of women’s, men’s and shared eaux de parfum. But we are all about firsts.

  • The scent collection (named for our founding headquarters at 9 Bond Street in Noho) is the first to pay homage to a great city–New York. Each and every New York neighborhood has a scent of its own.
  • In 2015, Laurice Rahmé became the world’s first perfumer to win the coveted United Nations’ Women for Peace Award, presented to her for campaigning for and spreading peace internationally and raising funds for the cause via our universally loved Scent of Peace.
  • Bond No. 9 is unique in maintaining its staunch independence. No corporate takeover for us. Just as much as we treasure our expansive customer base, we value our unfettered freedom to innovate and stretch our limits.

Governors Island

We tried Bond No. 9’s Governors Island ($350.00) which we found hypnotic, seductive, addictive, with a whiff of the island’s dense woodlands. The base notes have a animal-like white musk, combined with muscenone (a booster musk), and a soft, feminine version of that crisp tropical grass, vetiver. Women and men will also adore this hypnotic brew and claim it as their own. Governors Island arrives on counter: June 2018 and will be sold at Bond No. 9 New York Boutiques, Saks Fifth Avenue nationwide, select Bloomingdales stores, Harrods UK, and

Now we want to try:

West Side Swaroski

West Side Swaroski

West Side Swaroski ($320.00) and mellow and melodious is our eau de parfum recalling the fabled music establishments of the West Side of Manhattan that it too deserves the Swarovski treatment. For our limited edition Swarovski series, we’ve re-envisioned its superstar bottle in lacquer-like red, with its curling treble clef outlined in 300 red stones front and center. (More red stones are displayed in an inner circle on the box.) And not to be forgotten, the back of the bottle repeats the treble cleft in multi-colors. Notes include Rose, ylang ylang, peony, sandalwood, amber, vanilla and musk.


Nolita ($350.00) The world’s first perfume-lipstick duo. The neighborhood that begins just across Houston Street, two blocks south of us, has become a Millennials’ favorite and the hottest of Downtown’s hotspots. The scent is a ladylike classic Freesia paired with the unexpected wake-up of tangerine.  Notes include tangerine, freesia, lilies, rose, jasmine sambac, soft amber, musk and sandalwood.

The Scent of Peace

The Scent of Peace

The Scent of Peace ($230.00 and $330.00) Greatest neighborhood of them all – Peace. It’s the one that hovers over all of our city, the see-and-be-seen A-list place. The sparkling-fresh scent of our civic dreams. A melange of sparkling florals and citruses, balanced by a woody-musky detente. Notes include Grapefruit, black currant, lily of the valley, hedione, cedarwood and musk.

Fashion and High Society

Suzanna, co-owns and publishes the newspaper Times Square Chronicles or T2C. At one point a working actress, she has performed in numerous productions in film, TV, cabaret and theatre. She has performed at The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall. Currently she has a screenplay in the works, which she developed with her mentor and friend the late Arthur Herzog. She was the Broadway Informer on the all access cable TV Show “The New Yorkers,” soon to be “The Tourist Channel.” email:

More in Fashion and High Society

What Should Men Wear to Display Confidence?

WriterSeptember 25, 2018

The Perfect Post Pregnancy Skin Care Regimen to Follow

WriterSeptember 24, 2018

Get a Taste of Fall’s Hottest Trends With Spa Week’s $50 Seasonal Deals

Suzanna BowlingSeptember 20, 2018
Arthur Elgort ,Fern Mallis ,92Y

Arthur Elgort and Fern Mallis at 92Y

Suzanna BowlingSeptember 19, 2018

5 Ways to Use Plastic Surgery To Create a New You In Time For 2019

WriterSeptember 19, 2018
4 Must-Try Cool Winter Outfits

4 Must-Try Cool Winter Outfits

Jim BevinSeptember 15, 2018
The Finley sun reader

I Heart Eyewear Designer Readers That Will Get You Noticed and Don’t Break The Bank

Suzanna BowlingSeptember 12, 2018

Ellen DeGeneres Creates Clothes For Walmart.

Suzanna BowlingSeptember 10, 2018
Vincent Tropepe

Click Here for Free Invite To Vincent Tropepe’s Fashion Show

Suzanna BowlingSeptember 9, 2018