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I LOVE NEW YORK by Bond No. 9 I LOVE NEW YORK for Earth Day

An easy-to-wear, easy-to-love fragrance. When it comes to being green, New York State is way ahead of the game. Bond No. 9 celebrates the state’s environmental smarts with this fresh, green, metro-sophisticated eau de parfum. Experience New York in a bottle—get a whiff of I LOVE NEW YORK, a luxury eau de parfum collection that is all about New York a global destination famed for its energy, creativity, and dynamic lifestyle, as well as its natural beauty and history. The city, skyline, beaches, mountains, and parks vineyards, orchards, and fine dining the arts, adventure, and sophistication glamour, nature, and simplicity—New York has it all. The logo expresses the careening speed, energy, egalitarianism, and the can-do spirit pervading New York and the iconic I Heart New York logo, designed by Milton Glaser in the ‘70s. If you dream of New York, I LOVE NEW YORK by Bond No. 9 will take you there. Notes: Tangerine, Lush Orchid, Orange Flower Water, Tuberose, Muguet, Orris, Musk, Amber, Oakmoss, Sandlewood. Style: Green. Fresh. Metro.
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Questions & Answers for I LOVE NEW YORK by Bond No. 9 I LOVE NEW YORK for Earth Day

does this smell of green grasses?
asked 3 years ago
(north providence ri)
on I LOVE NEW YORK for Earth Day
4 answers
answer 1
This fragrance reminded me of the forest, but I would NOT say green grass.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
(Sanford, NC)
answer 2
Green grasses?? Honestly, I don't think anyone would buy something that smells like grass! No, green grass smell. To me it is a heavy scent of flowers and must all wrapped in something you can't get enough of. It is one of those things you HAVE to try and you either love it or hate it.
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
answer 3
It did not smell of green grasses to me. That is what I was hoping to find in it myself. It is more floral then grass-lemon-based freshness I expected.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
(Richmond, VA)
answer 4
No not really , it's very fresh floral I love it
answered 3 years ago
(New York)
new york for earth day
does this smell like gardenia at all, or red roses. i dont like either thank you
asked 2 years, 11 months ago
(north providence ri)
on I LOVE NEW YORK for Earth Day
3 answers
answer 1
it does not smell like roses but may have a touch of gardenia. Bond uses gardenia a lot BUT...I hate gardenia smell and enjoy these parfumes
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
(Boca Raton, FL)
answer 2
it smells a little like tuberose, but its very mild, the scent overall mostly smells fresh and clean, like peonies or freshly fallen rain, just smells like a good after shower body spray but in a parfum! no roses or gardenia.
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
(new york)
answer 3
This fragrance has tuberose notes but none of gardenia. However, if you do not like a rosey scent you may want to try something different.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
(San Francisco, CA)
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