Andy Warhol's Lexington Avenue

Andy Warhol's Lexington Avenue

2008 Creation
Woman Gender
Chypre - Floral Olfactory groups
Olfactory pyramid
Base Notes : Patchouli, Sandalwood
Andy Warhol's Lexington Avenue
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The fragrance is a floral woody chypre with highly coveted contemporary gourmand notes (almonds, crème brulee). ‘Andy Warhol Lexington Avenue is the perfume equivalent of that rarity, an outrageously luxurious pair of stiletto heels that fit as comfortably as a glove.’

At a glance

A stylish scent inspired by Warhol’s shoe-illustrating years


‘See a shoe and Pick it up and all day long you’ll have Good Luck’ said Andy Warhol half a century ago, when he first got noticed … as a shoe illustrator ensconced on Lexington Avenue. For the artist’s 80th birthday, Bond No. 9 returns to Warhol’s origins and celebrates the mutual sensuality of shoes and eau de parfum, with this third fragrance in the series of Warhol eaux de parfum. Its name, Andy Warhol Lexington Avenue, recalls the artist’s formative pre-Pop years in 1950s New York, when he lived in the first of several apartments on Lexington Avenue and plied his trade as a prolific illustrator, mainly of imaginative shoes. For more information :


Eau de Parfum 1.7 oz / 50 ml and 3.4 oz / 100 ml.


The Bond No. 9 signature bottle is adorned with a Warholian fantasy collage of shoes and boots.

  • No rate for this perfume 04 may 2013

    Maybe I am insulting all chypres, but I think this combination of fennel, cypress, cardamom, jamaica pepper, cumin and patchouli would be completely obnoxious (even on a man). Was Warhol obnoxious? Cumin doesn't even smell good to me as a food spice.

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