Bleecker Street 
Bond No. 9 (2005)

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Bleecker Street by Bond No. 9

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Bond No. 9
Fragrance House
David Apel
Rachel Katz
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Bond's 24th scent, named after the touted designer hot spot of Bleecker Street, and also the location of Bond No. 9's newest store (at number 399).  The Bleecker bottle imagery was designed by fashion designer and watercolour artist, Rachel Katz.

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There are 79 reviews of Bleecker Street by Bond No. 9.

At this point, I've owned more bottles of this than anything else. On its own, this smells woody with a great blend of violet and blueberry. Of all the fragrances I own, this is my top go to. However, I am not one to wear scents all on their own. I have been professionally layering scents for over a decade. If you want to knock the socks of noses everywhere, use Bond Bleeker as the middle fragrance when using Hamptons. Together the two scents create this woody ocean scent that gets me compliments in every scenario!!! I highly encourage everyone to layer. From a price perspective, wait until sale days usually twice a year as this is worth the sales price. Have never paid over $200 for either 3.4 oz/100 ml bottle.
No imitation scent of this works as well.
You will sink your nose into your clothes after this scent.

I only know one person whose body chemistry does not allow for this to smell goof.

Please check out my other posts for my 2022 year end review.

Crazy good performance with this one; does have this raw dark green vibe, smeells pleasant enough, however i dont find myself spraying it that often, mostly cause i find it a tad boringș not sure if i'll repurchase.

Very green, and floral. Not understanding the comparisons to Creed's GIT, both are different types of "greens". Cant give a full review now, because this is my 1st full day wearing it. 3 hours in though, drydown is very nice and I can catch hints of a woodyness and blueberry. Not a major fan of the opening, it is a tad bit "loud" but it is worth the drydown. I'd give this a 3.5/5. Could be a 4/5 if this lasts me a good 6 hours.

For me it opens with about 30 seconds of a happy lemony effect...then , for most of the ride it turns very standing in some bushes with violet and a few assorted flowers here and there...fresh and summery...does bring to mind a few other scents that are all done better than this....not a terrible fragrance but gets a neutral from me for having a slight lean toward boring and slightly generic...

This is a beautiful grassy green scent that basically has only 3 notes to my nose - the scent of grass, violet leaves, and blueberries - making a kaleidescopic mix of purple and green notes (purple from blueberry, green from the grass, and both from the violet leaves). It's very cooling, green, and herbal. Performance is also fantastic. However, it doesn ot really smell like Creed's Green Irish Tweed at all (contrary to what some people say). Interestingly, it reminds me a lot of a fragrance known as Tulip Silk by Ghallager Fragrances. They use the same green base which smells like fresh green stems in a florist's shop. A very enticing scent, and the alternating purple and green of the bottle is very apt.


Very nice indeed! Green, green, green; fresh and clean; gin and tonic in the summertime, yellow, yellow, yellow; lemon and lime fragranced fresh laundry. Top marks. Beautiful.

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