High Line (2010)

High Line by Bond No. 9
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High Line is a perfume by Bond No. 9 for women and men and was released in 2010. The scent is floral-fresh. It is still in production.

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Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesAldehydes, Bergamot, Grass, Ozone, Rhubarb
Heart Notes Heart NotesHyacinth, Orange blossom, Rose, Tulip
Base Notes Base NotesOak, Musk, Sea moss, Teakwood

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Scent

6.7 (86 Ratings)

Longevity

6.9 (59 Ratings)

Sillage

6.1 (53 Ratings)

Bottle

8.0 (73 Ratings)
Submitted by Kankuro, last update on 01.12.2019.
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Ulli2

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Ulli2
Very helpful Review    10
A long walk through the High Line Park in the airy heights
The West Side Line's freight train traffic on one road led to numerous accidents with pedestrians and vehicles, giving 10th Avenue the name Death Avenue. The New York Central Railroad, the city and the state of New York therefore agreed in 1929 as part of an urban renewal programme to replace the line with an elevated railway line - today known as the High Line
The High Line was put into operation in 1932. The industrial plants in West Chelsea and the Meatpacking District were developed by means of building connections on the second and third floors of the factories and warehouses respectively. The terminal and depot of the High Line was located between Clarkson Street and Spring Street, and the name St. John's Park Terminal was also used for the new terminal.

In the 1950s, the demand for rail connections from factories and butchers declined as the expansion of the highway network led to a shift in freight traffic from trucks to trucks and industrial companies to leave the area.

Local entrepreneurs wanted to tear down the high line in order to gain building land. A demolition permit had already been issued by the city administration when in 1999 residents founded the Friends of the High Line initiative to preserve the building.
Based on a building in Paris, the HighLine Park was built in sections!
Very wealthy citizens secured apartments in the former butcher's shops and industrial buildings!

Over an old iron staircase we reached ,about
At the height of the third floor of the opposite
Industrial building the entrance to the Floating Green.
This park was beautifully decorated in the air with plants, of which. Some had already sat down themselves!
So he should stay, of course, with popular, common plants .

To the scent of the star,

this one contains the life of the park in liquid form.

Marked borders with fragrant grasses mixed with tulips and hyacinths and lavender!

Giant rhubarb perennials and next to them made of fine teakwood RuheBänke movable in the old rails of the former line.
Natural wood, in the sunshine it smells..

I was on it, because the whole line is a good walk to catch my breath...

The breeze from the Hudson River .
All captured in the little star!

The rose beds that then join, to the right and left of the path, are filled with different varieties!
The fragrance interweaves with the other fragrances to a not too aquatic, fresh, rich fragrance!
This fragrance, which also radiates the tranquillity that can be found above, is perfected by musk and bitter oak moss .
How good that I had bought the fragrance before I visited the Bondshop .
So I could fully trace the scent!

Here in Old Germany the scent is for me every time,
After use.
Again the foot march through the
"HIGH LINE PARK"
Beautiful how the scent !

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Blauemaus

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Greatly helpful Review    10
Green-floral freshness
The Bond fragrances belong to the more unpopular labels here on Parfumo. Which I personally can't quite understand, but tastes are different. And nothing is as individual as perfume. Let's just leave it at that.

A few weeks ago I received High Line from Zauber600 in the course of an exchange of samples. With the Bond, I've already experienced several times that I didn't like them quite so much in the first test, but that they really did really well afterwards. So it is here. By the way, it reminds me a little of Be Delicious Fresh Blossom by DKNY, one of my personal favourite fragrances for 10 years, just a little bulkier and greener. In general, I think High Line is very green. Cool and green. Grass and hyacinth are the best things I can hand out, plus something stinky (ozone is supposed to be ozone, but is not as unpleasant as too much ozone in the air). For a moment I can see some sour-fruity rhubarb, but really only a hint of it. Nevertheless, I believe that this rhubarb note makes the fragrance more refreshing than if it were missing. It's a spring-fresh floweriness, not a heavy, stuffy one. How tulips smell now, or if at all, I cannot say. But tulips fit nicely into the picture which the fragrance conveys to me. Moss gives me a pleasant coolness and peace, while the vibrancy of the fragrance retreats over time and can only be perceived in the muted background. This is accompanied by a slight wood note. The durability is a good 6 hours, unfortunately the bonds on me do not last 10 hours as with others. But six hours is okay for me, too
It's a little hard to break the scent down into its components. And I don't really want to. High Line really brings across what the name promises: a park in the big city, cool and quiet, while the city in the background is still perceptible. At first lively, as if you had just entered it and with time calmer, cooler and shimmering. Now High Line is not a big park and also not what one imagines here so commonly under a park, but nevertheless it is a green oasis in the middle of New York. I only know him from pictures and will probably never come there myself, because I married into a family that is very shy to travel. And I really would have liked to have come to New York. :) But whatever, there's worse...

All in all I like High Line very much and I will continue to reach for the stars. *g*
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Duftomatisch

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Candied plastic tulip meadow in Central Park
I bought a bottle of this one. Had enough time to test them and did. On the nice warm days, high line came to the skin. I don't really know what to think of the smell. I like it, yeah. But only occasionally. I couldn't wear it every day, there were days when he would have annoyed me, so that I left him lying beautifully to the left. Then there are moments again where I thought, 'phew... Horny thing'.

Describing fragrances is not yet my strength: it mainly smells synthetic green. Ozone? It's probably in there. I don't smell it consciously. It's getting flowery, too. Like a big tulip meadow in the middle of the city... And these flowers are candied... and plastic. Like a candied plastic tulip meadow in Central Park. Typical Bond DNA in green.
Maybe you can imagine something underneath. Not a buyer for me. I think I would never get a bottle empty, I think the scent can get annoying, it's just something for 'now and then'.
Still a fine candidate for the test.

Sillage is - as far as I can judge - quite good, the durability is neat. 5-6 hours may be more, depending on skin type and situation.

Hope I could help
Greetings.
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