Andy Warhol's Silver Factory

Andy Warhol's Silver Factory

2007 Creation
Woman Gender
Oriental - Spicy Olfactory groups

Olfactory pyramid

Base Notes : Cedar, Amber, Wood, Resin
Andy Warhol's Silver Factory
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The fragrance is described as an ambiguous male-female gender scent with a smooth, smoky, spicy blend of incense, wood resin, and amber upon a floral heart.

At a glance

When Andy Warhol’s painting meets Bond N°9


The link between the Warhol Foundation and Bond N°9 is… New York. Andy Warhol's Silver Factory (the place was located in a nondescript building on East 47th Street) marks actually the start of Bond N°9’s series of Warhol collectibles. All pop-Art lovers can recognize the inspiration for the bottle : the ‘Campbell Soup Can’, painted by Warhol in 1965. Info :


Eau de Parfum 3.4 oz.


The slender bottle, with a background of textured silver displays a graphic inspired by the Campbell’s Soup Can design in turquoise and purple colors.

  • Popular perfume 10 december 2015

    I find this fragrance to have a hidden fruitiness that makes it interesting and keeps me sniffing myself. Very long wearing and complex enough to keep around.

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  • No rate for this perfume 04 may 2013

    I want a clean, woody fragrance, not a smoky fragrance.

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