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After dozens of scents honoring pockets of New York—going as big as entire boroughs and as small as streets and avenues (and sometimes even predicting the future)—Bond No. 9 is finally giving its own address some olfactory recognition. WWD reports that the fragrance store's newest unisex scent is inspired by its flagship, and thus called B9.
It's made up of saffron, gardenia leaves, amber, and musk notes, and housed in the brand's signature bottle that's tinted aubergine and flecked with a 3D gold embellishment. The fragrance starts at $320 and will be available at 9 Bond Street—one of the city's best shopping experiences—shortly, so stop in and take a whiff for yourself.