By  on July 21, 2008

Niche fragrance marketer Bond No. 9 is going back to Andy Warhol's pre-Pop years in New York with Andy Warhol Lexington Avenue, the third scent in the brand's Warhol-inspired fragrance collection.

The scent is named for the location of one of Warhol's first apartments — at 242 Lexington Avenue in Manhattan's Murray Hill neighborhood — and its bottle features a collage of colorful, high-heeled shoes, graphics that were inspired by the shoe ads he sketched early in his career.

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