Andy Warhol once said his favorite smell was "the first smell of spring in New York".
Called "Andy Warhol Union Square", The perfumer Bond No. 9's has created a Warhol-inspired frangrance for a limited addition collection.
The bottle design is inspired by Warhol's "Flowers" silkscreens and by Union Square, which was the second location of his Factory.
And the smell itself? It has a cool silver cloud musk and amber base, with lily of the valley top notes and a sweet blue freesia and white birchwood heart. " It is complex and quirky but does not cross the line into the land of strange for strangeness's sake. It is rich with amber, but not overwhelming. Incense-heavy, but not churchy. Sweet but not syrupy." - (perfumesmellinthings.com)