Niche fragrance marketer Bond No. 9 is playing up the value of the dollar with Andy Warhol Success is a Job in New York, the newest addition to its Warhol-inspired fragrance portfolio.
Due out in October, the unisex scent boasts the iconic dollar signs created by Warhol on both sides of its bottle, making light of both the battered economy and one of the bleakest fragrance markets in decades. Warhol’s in-your-face, neon-colored dollar designs were ironically created in 1981—at the onset of a very different type of cash-obsessed era.
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