Bond No. 9’s Chelsea Flowers gets its name from the famous Chelsea Flower Market of New York. The nose behind the fragrance is Laurent Le Guernec. The fresh and lovely floral notes of this feminine fragrance are perfectly contrasted by musky notes. Chelsea Flowers is a great fragrance to wear during the day.
- Notes are rose, vetiver, oakmoss, hyacinth, musk, sandalwood, magnolia, tulip and peony
About the Brand
A first among fragrance brands that are solely dedicated to New York, Bond No.9 was launched by Laurice Rahme in 2003. The design label has unveiled nearly 60 different fragrances that capture New York's different joints and neighborhoods from Manhattan to Central Park. Another thing that sets Bond No.9 apart is its unique offering of customized fragrances, wherein customers get to concoct their own perfume recipes with the assistance of the in-house Bond Perfumistas. Drawing inspiration from popular American artists like Andy Warhol to New York's bustling landmarks Bond No.9 uses unique concoctions and vibrant packaging to create fragrances that appeal to men and women.