Sprayed, Not Stirred: The Beautiful Bottles of Bond No. 9

New York-based perfume house Bond No. 9 is as well known for its beautiful bottles as it is for its fragrances, all of which are inspired by New York neighborhoods. Each bottle features unique artwork, ranging from cool and elegant to Pop Art splendid, and each is a delight to look at and a pleasure to smell. It's hard to pick a favorite, but these are a few of the most stunning standouts. 
  • Astor Place

    Astor Place’s harlequin bottle is as bright and vibrant as its downtown location.

  • High Line

    This West Side beauty features green grass and pink poppies, with a metal High Line sign on the bottom. No railroad ever looked so good!

  • Andy Warhol Lexington Avenue

    Shoes, glorious shoes! Carrie Bradshaw should have this bottle in her closet.

  • Chandelier Amphora

    Miss Havisham takes New York! Just a glance at this cascade of shimmering crystals is sure to cure any heartbreak.

  • Chinatown

    Deep pink with scattered peach blossoms, this bottle is the perfect receptacle for Bond No. 9’s patchouli masterpiece.

  • Harrods Swarovski

    The traditional green and gold of Harrods is the perfect backdrop to a Swarovski crystal outline of London’s St. Paul’s cathedral.

  • Madison Square Park

    Think pink—shocking pink—with a lime-green detachable rose bracelet. Who could resist?

  • Hamptons

    Crystal clear and deep marine blue, this bottle will inspire you to board a jitney and head for the beach.

  • Perfume Token

    Grab this golden riff on the famed New York subway token and you can take a piece of the Big Apple with you anywhere you go.


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