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BOND NO.9 - WEST SIDE EAU DE PARFUM 50 ML
Type: Eau de Parfum
Main accords: Floral, Fresh, Woody, Pink, talc-like, Vanilla,
Music for your nose.
A tourist in New York stops a passer-by in the street and asks: "How do I get at Carnegie Hall, the famous opera house, teatro filarmonico?". For case, the passer-by was a musician jazz responds: "with a lot of practice dude!".
Draw a vertical line in the middle of the island of Manhattan, you will have the West Side and the East Side.
The West Side has an advantage, brash: a monopoly on the music for a long time.
This part of the city is home to Carnegie Hall, Tin Pan Alley, the Cotton Club, the Copacobana, Birdland, Lincoln Center, Studio 54, and S. O. B. Mozart, musicals, Broadway, and the rock music live here.
The Bebop and the Disk are practically born here. But also to the merengue, salsa and the reggaeton. Arturo Toscanini, Charlie Parker, Billie Holiday, John Lennon, Sid Vicious, Tina Turner, Bruce Springsteen, Paul Simon, and Tupac have all lived or sung in the West Side of Manhattan.
Your Bond No. 9, perfumer to the city of New York, has decided to make a tribute this part of the city.
Has created a fragrance and taste of music.
West Side Bond No. 9, the ultra-melodic Eau de Parfum that finds the scent a mate the sound of music in its full corporeality, in its composition, persuasive, in its rhythms, swaying, in its harmonies, its pitch-and yes, even in his musical notes.
High or low, dark or light, sweet or sharp, notes are always where the music and the fragrance they refer to.
A bottle that is richly painted in red and blue, which of course leads to the symbol universal music: the treble clef is curled.
Those of Bond No. 9 you are asked: what is the sound of West Side Bond No. 9? We are talking about the Platters Twilight Time maybe? Or Lizst Piano Concerto No. 2? Or Cole Porter at the time of Begin the Beguine? The Gershwin of Rhapsody in the Blue? Philip Glass's in Inspiration? Well, this is only their nose to work...
The perfume, like music, is a free interpretation. Anyone smell, hear and hear a melody all its own.