I thought the bottle could be based on this room. Can you imagine how stunning it could be?
In honor of Laurice's visit I thought I would pose a fun fragrance question.
Develop a fragrance for a city close to your heart and let us know in the comments.
Mine: I would choose Akron Ohio.
Akron has a special place in my heart. This is where I attended college and spent some of the best years of my life.
The notes would be tea, rose, rubber, leather with a drydown of amber and smoke. The bottle could look like a tire, goodyear blimp or have a picture of this guy on it.
Any guesses why this guy would be on the bottle?
Photos: Cavewoman(Bond Bottles) and
Jon Trudel 7/27/2002(www.ackthud.net/zrk/2002/.../RussianTeaRoom13.htm)
He has the most incredible pictures of the Russian Tea Room. Also visit the offical site and check out the gallery shots.
Daily Reminder till Saturday: Laurice from Bond fragrances is coming to Northeast Ohio. She will be at Beachwood's Saks on April 28th from 11am to 6pm. The Bond counter girls are taking appointments for fragrance consultations at 216-292-5500 ext: 265 or talk to my Nars girl Alesha at 216-292-5500 ext: 256. If you are not a local yokel but want a signed Bond fragrance you can mention Blogdorf Goodman to receive free shipping(they are waiving it) and a free Bon Bon(retail value of $40) of your choice.
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