Wall Street (2004)

Wall Street by Bond No. 9
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Wall Street is a perfume by Bond No. 9 for women and men and was released in 2004. The scent is fresh-aquatic. It is still in production.

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David Apel

Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesCucumber, Crambe
Heart Notes Heart NotesLavender, Marine notes, Ozone
Base Notes Base NotesAmber, Musk, Vetiver



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because this bond is completely overpriced. Yes, I often pick on the prices of niche fragrances, but only when they don't do justice to the fragrance. Wall Street is not a bad fragrance and does not deserve this average score, but it is not better than Eternity Aqua or Ralph Lauren Blue and this cost only a quarter (even only a fifth) of the bond.

Very cucumber-heavy start with a certain freshness kick, similar to a shower gel or deodorant. This remains so, because the fragrance is quite linear without highs and lows. There's really nothing more to say. That doesn't hurt anybody, is very pleasant to smell, is easy to wear and that wars.

Anyone who wants to fork out the necessary Eurons for this should do so, but I will stay away from a purchase.
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A Disaster for Wall Street
Whilst I love Bond No.9 and their fragrances and how they try to interpret different places creatively, I think Wall street is the most mis-matched and probably the worst fragrance to have come out of the Bond No.9 fragrance range. It just seems to miss the mark on everything for me, aside from its staying power which is excellent, but what is the point of good staying power when the initial fragrance just doesn't do it for you?

The initial hit of Cucumber was a huge surprise for me. It seems so out of place in this fragrance but then the fragrance becomes aquatic and it takes on a salty sort of smell, which borders on smelling like a Sushi Bento Box. All things which I would never have associated with Wall Street. When I walk through Wall Street I smell a Leathery, Smokey and Musky sort of aroma in the air. Wall Street smells of money, it makes money, it loses money and it smells of it. It smells of wealth and it smells of prosperity. Again, all things which the fragrance does not have.

Perhaps if Wall street was under water this fragrance would be perfect, and perhaps people who love very fresh, very aquatic kinds of fragrances will appreciate this, but I don't. It just doesn't smell right. It smells very incomplete and very rushed. The composition is just poor and the overall scent of the fragrance in reference to its inspiration just doesn't line up for me.
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