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New York-based perfumer Bond No 9 names almost all of its scents (except this one) after New York City people and places, from Andy Warhol to Little Italy. But its latest fragrance takes a slightly different tack—it celebrates the state of New York's support of same-sex marriage.
The fragrance, straightforwardly named I Love New York for Marriage Equality, features a rainbow-colored heart and the date 7.24.11, the day that the Marriage Equality Act became legal. As for the scent itself? Think cinnamon, plum, ginger lily, and rose. And it's perfect for either gender, of course.
· Bond No 9's Marriage Equality Fragrance [Fashion Etc]
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