Bond No. 9 Bottles The Scent Of The World Wide Web

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Bond-embed We've been fans of the way Bond No. 9 has managed to capture our neighborhoods with pitch-perfect scents and bottle them in the most sartorially pleasing of packages. Take for example their rose-themed Central Park South-inspired edition which evokes the fresh bloom of springtime, not to mention how pretty it looks on our shelves. Now, the downtown perfumery unveils its latest geographic muse, the digital village.

For its 10th anniversary, Bond No. 9 has released HTTP://WWW.BONDNO9.COM, or HTTP:// for short. Home to the computer literati, glamourati, bloggers, and pretty much anyone with a smart phone, the digital village (a.k.a. the Internet) is Bond No. 9's inspiration for their newest fragrance. A unisex scent, HTTP:// capitalizes on tones that are relatively new to the perfume world, including yellow bergamot, pineapple, juniper berry, and cedarwood.

The bottle is bright neon yellow and features a QR code. Scan the code with any QR reader and you'll be transported to the fragrance's web site, where you can purchase the bottle online. Available today for $250, the fragrance is on our list of things we've gotta see to believe.

Image: Courtesy of Bond No. 9