if money is not a problem for you, then why not indulge in the new luxurious and sparkling Bond N.9 Holiday collection? For the holiday season, the perfume house has turned perfumes into jewels. All the fragrances come in artisanally-made bottles which are covered in gems, and then enclosed in their own custom-fitted, gem-topped purple velvet jewel boxes. Mesmerizing and exquisite, each gift set is a feast both for the eyes and the nose.
Here’s what’s available:
THE PERFECT FIVE ($195.00)
A set of five Bond no.9 favourite scents (Chinatown, The Scent of Peach, Bleecker Street, Wall Street and Bond n.9) in travel-size (6ml each), housed in a beautiful velvet jewel box.
THE MINI TRIO SWAROVSKI ($375.00)
The set features mini sizes of three popular Bond n.9 scents: The Scent of Peace, Chelsea Flowers and Central Parks. The beautiful bottles, which are covered in sparkling Swarovski stones, are housed in a purple velvet coffret with fold-over cover.
THE PEACE JEWELRY BOX ($425.00)
The scent features a 50ml bottle of The Scent covered in Swarovski stones, stashed in the top drawer of a bi-level jewel box. In the lower compartment there are two miniature flacons containing Madison Square Park and Central Park West, covered all over in Swarovski gems too.
CENTRAL PARK WEST ($580.00)
A 100 ml limited-edition bottle of Central Park West whose houndstooth surface has been rendered with 2,500 sparkling Swarovski gems, its edges bordered in vivid lime green, its cap encircled with tiny stones.
NEW YORK SWAROVSKI LIMITED EDITION (€1,000)
Bond N.9’s latest scent New York Musk (it features notes of grapefruit, black currant, osmanthus flower, green lilies, nutmeg, musk, patchouli, sandalwood and vetiver) is now housed in a limited edition bottle covered in emerald Swarovski stones.
CENTRAL PARK WEST AMPHORA ($5.500)
A 42-ounce spigoted fountain, topped with an elliptical mirror and a honeycomb cap at its base. This year, it contains Central Park West. Its entire surface is covered with 15,000 glittering Swarovski stones.
What do you think of this collection?