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    Default Bond no. 9 repackages and relaunces 5 fragrances; bye-bye Andy Warhol

    Five fragrances from Bond no. 9 had to be given new names and new packaging after the collaboration with the Andy Warhol Foundation ended/fell through.



    Andy Warhol Silver Factory is now Bond Silver

    Andy Warhol Union Square is Union Square

    Andy Warhol Lexington Avenue is Lexington Avenue



    Andy Warhol Success is a Job in New York is now Success is the Essence of New York
    (Wow, that name went from clunky to obnoxious)

    Andy Warhol Montauk is Montauk

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    Default Re: Bond no. 9 repackages and relaunces 5 fragrances; bye-bye Andy Warhol

    An improvement

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    Default Re: Bond no. 9 repackages and relaunces 5 fragrances; bye-bye Andy Warhol

    As I am not a fan of this house, no big shakes..

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    Default Re: Bond no. 9 repackages and relaunces 5 fragrances; bye-bye Andy Warhol

    The top bottle looks great. I assume that's the new bottle for Silver...? I wonder if they'll relaunch the scent simply titled Andy Warhol. That one tempted me.
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    Default Re: Bond no. 9 repackages and relaunces 5 fragrances; bye-bye Andy Warhol

    Quote Originally Posted by L'Homme Blanc Individuel View Post
    The top bottle looks great. I assume that's the new bottle for Silver...? I wonder if they'll relaunch the scent simply titled Andy Warhol. That one tempted me.
    Last I heard, but don't hold me to it, they were going to kill that one. My guess if they do, they'll tweak it a bit and re-releasing.

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    Default Re: Bond no. 9 repackages and relaunces 5 fragrances; bye-bye Andy Warhol

    Absolutely LOVE that new Silver Factory bottle. Purple and silver, two of my fave colors. And a bond that isn't garish. What are the chances of both of those happening together?!
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    Default Re: Bond no. 9 repackages and relaunces 5 fragrances; bye-bye Andy Warhol

    Don't understand the love for the new silver bottle. It's basically the same as before without the sticker. I personally have and like the bottle design as before because it references something iconic and is unique in the line-up

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    Default Re: Bond no. 9 repackages and relaunces 5 fragrances; bye-bye Andy Warhol

    Interesting they dumped the Andy Warhol scent (the one with his face on it...that has a prominent plum note). I believe it came out fairly recently. I own it but rarely wear it.

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    Default Re: Bond no. 9 repackages and relaunces 5 fragrances; bye-bye Andy Warhol

    I kinda liked the Andy Warhol thing a little better.
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    yawn

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    Default Re: Bond no. 9 repackages and relaunces 5 fragrances; bye-bye Andy Warhol

    Makes no difference either way, but I think I like the new versions of the bottles better.

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    None of the Warhol offerings tempted me...This whole house is strange, I am in love with the projection and longevity of the House as a whole, but most of their offerings are bland, or worse. I finally discovered NY Amber and NY Musk, and bought full bottles, but the rest...too artificial/chemical. Silver Factory was OK...

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    So, the new Montauk is the same juice as Andy Warhol Montauk? Have anyone tried both?

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