Bond no. 9 will launch Bryant Park, the latest in their series of perfumes celebrating New York's neighborhoods, on March 1:
Imagine an oasis of unflappably serene greenery, improbably nestled in a canyon of skyscrapers down the street from Times Square, in the heart of midtown Manhattan. Now, add chandelier-lit mega-tents, A-list designers, world-class models, press, buyers, and, oh yes, racks and racks of next year’s clothes, and you have the paradox that is today’s Bryant Park—the world’s most frenetic style arena equipped with shrubbery, flower beds, a carousel, and WiFi too.
Bond no. 9's Bryant Park fragrance was created by perfumer Michel Almairac, and is described as "a rose-patchouli concoction with pink pepper added for dissonance" (other notes include lily of the valley, rhubarb, raspberry and amber). Bryant Park comes in a bottle inspired by the "exuberant gossamer silk pre-Mod textiles of the late ‘50s". It will be available in 50 ml ($125) or 100 ml ($185) bottles of Eau de Parfum, or by the ounce in the Bond no. 9 boutiques in New York City. (via press release from Bond no. 9)
Update: see a review of Bond no. 9 Bryant Park.
An aside: Bryant Park (the actual park, that is) has been home to New York's Fashion Week since 1993, but reportedly the event will move to a new location after the Spring 2007 shows next month. You can read more about the park (and see pictures) at its website.