Back in November, we reported that Bond No.9‘s newest fragrance paid homage to NYC’s newest, and elevated 30 feet in the air, park – the High Line. Once a freight rail structure, the tracks were recently renovated and converted into a park with many planted with herbs and flowers.
High Line, Bond No.9’s “first railroad fragrance”, takes its cue from the flora on the actual High Line with roughly half of the plant species’ planted there are flowers that are indigenous to the area. Local elements such as purple love grass, Indian rhubarb, bergamot, red leaf rose, tulip, grape hyacinth and orange flower water are notes in the scent. Much like the park and it’s steel roots and industrial surroundings, the scent is “a fun floral in a very modern, industrial way.”
Known for their artful flacons, Bond No.9 does not disappoint with High Line. The clear glass bottle features a textured silkscreen surface design of tall blades of glass and fuchsia tulip buds that “sprout from gunmetal grey rail tracks (affixed to the bottle as a metal plaque) displaying the name, High Line.”
High Line launches in March and will be sold at Bond No.9 boutiques, Saks Fifth Avenue and online at BondNo9.com. The 100 ml bottle retails for $220, while the 50 ml bottle retails for $145. Don’t forget to recycle your perfume bottles!
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