Bond No. 9 founder Laurice Rahmé walks us through her creative process and the biggest challenges of running an independent fragrance operation.
This position oversees day to day operations of the PR and Corporate Communications function at Bond No.9. It also functions as key liaison for the external professional/media world. This position plays a key role in developing and maintaining the company’s relationships with external parties.
Bond No.9, New York’s first ever luxury fragrance company dedicated to paying homage to the life, style and history of New York City is looking for an enthusiastic, eager, professional Public Relations INTERN to join the growing Bond No.9 team.
It's December 23. Is your shopping done? If not, you better get going. We rounded up 10 cute things that would make great last-minute gifts. You obviously don't have time to order these online though, so bookmark this page on your phone and get yourself out into the world, credit card in hand. Now go! (But first click through to see our last-minute-but-still-very-thoughtful gifts.)
With so many celebrities rolling out fragrances and so many millions of consumers buying them, it's easy to forget that creating a scent is actually an art form. It takes talent, skill, and inventiveness. I was reminded of this fact earlier this week at Elements Showcase where an impressive collection of niche fragrance brands came together to present their diverse products. The bi-annual showcase that first premiered last January, is the vision of Jeff Lawson, owner of an events consultancy, Ulrich Lang, a former L'Oreal exec, and Frederick Bouchardy, founder of Joya, a creative collective specializing in fragrance. The goal of the event was to connect fragrance designers with the media and buyers from top distributors like Barney's and Henri Bendel, while at the same time, highlighting the artistry and craftsmanship of the exhibitors' products.
The fragrance news this Friday is particularly exciting. Margiela’s “Untitled” will hit the US in April, and Bond No 9’s “Madison Square Park” launches March 15. The best news? Neither one is in any way associated with a perky starlet.