Andy Warhol Inspires New Summer Fragrance

I’ve made up my mind that no matter what this fragrance smells like, I want it.

The Bond No. 9 Andy Warhol Montauk makes for a great vanity piece (if nothing else) with the bottle’s surface design displaying Warhol’s iconic Sunsets, which dates back to 1972– just a year after the artist discovered Montauk.

Anyways, the fragrance is the fifth in Bond No. 9’s series of Warhol collectible eaux de parfum and is an androgynous male-female summer perfume. According to Bond No. 9, it takes a new approach to the genre of beach scent and was inspired by Warhol’s forays to Long Island’s farthest reach.

It will cost you between $145 and $220 to have this bottle on your vanity this summer. It launches on Memorial Day.


Pepsi Pops Up in Fashion Market

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Who would have thought?

Pepsi is continuing full steam ahead with its branded apparel.

You may have already seen t-shirts, sweatshirts and pants; Fashion UK’s Pepsi and 7Up t-shirts have, according to reports, sold successfully in popular UK retailer Topshop, among others.

Now we hear that there’s a new deal with Paper House, who will produce greeting cards featuring artwork of the Pepsi bottle cap by famed artist, Andy Warhol.

In addition, Pepsi-Cola products, including stationery and cell phone accessories, shoes and sandals, and handbags and accessories, top the list of new Pepsi licensing agreements.

I guess we should be hearing from Coca-Cola soon…?