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Bond No. 9 launches first perfume-lipstick duo

For their latest fragrance, Bond No. 9 once again took inspiration from ones of New York’s hotspots. This time, the iconic Nolita, which recently became a Millennials’ favourite, was given it its very own scent. Nolita, the eau de perfum, which will debut April 2017.

The starter notes are that ladylike classic, freesia, paired with the unexpected wakeup wham of tangerine. At its heart are heady, tropical jasmine sambac blended with lily. These are then sustained with warm and beguiling basenotes of amber, musk, and sandalwood.

Accompanying the Nolita eau de parfum is Bond No. 9’s first-ever creamy, lipstick in a pure, true New York red. What a perfect lipstick for that Bond No. 9 Girl!

The Nolita bottle is decked with an explosion of kisses in an array of gold-rimmed flame red, fuchsia, and bubble-gum pink lipstick colours.

On counters April 2017. Bond No. 9 New York Boutiques, Saks Fifth Avenue, select Bloomingdales stores, Harrods, and www.bondno9.com. Price: 100ml, US$ 350.

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