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Developed by ARQUISTE for J.Crew and inspired by Peggy Guggenheim's West 57th art gallery, the curved wooden walls and her favorite whiskey. No. 57 is warm, spicy and woody - a surprising, modern and all-enveloping scent.
10ml / 0.34 fl oz. Eau de Toilette.
*Sample our rollerball and receive a code for a $25 credit towards your first full size bottle.
*Rollerballs not returnable.
1943, Art of this Century gallery, W. 57th Street, New York City.
A unisex fragrance with a modern feel, this perfume was inspired by the woody scent of the gallery’s curved oak walls and the aromatic cocktails that filled the room during the landmark "Exhibition by 31 women". Deep aged whiskey, cedarwood, and oakwood combine with cinnamon bark, labdanum, and vanilla beans for a surprising, all-enveloping scent that captures both the sophisticated air of the gallery with the daring spirit of the artists, creating a warm and woody fragrance that’s perfect for fall and winter.
Developed with Rodrigo Flores-Roux.
Inspired by Peggy Guggenheim's West 57th art gallery, the curved wooden walls and her favorite whiskey. J.Crew No. 57 is warm, spicy and woody - a surprising, modern and all-enveloping scent.
10 ml / 0.34 fl oz. rollerball. Portable, convenient and practical.
- A scent that captures the artistic scene of 1940s New York. No.57 is one of two scents, transporting the wearer to one of the most pivotal moments in American art. The two intoxicating and intriguing fragrances pay homage to Peggy Guggenheim’s groundbreaking Exhibition by 31 Women, the first all-female modern art show in the United States. Famous for her both her sharp eye for talent and her daring attitude toward art, Peggy hosted the 1943 exhibit to showcase the revolutionary and challenging works of female artists like Frida Kahlo and Helen Frankenthaler.
- Inspired by the illustrious guests and the gallery itself, Carlos Huber worked closely with Jenna Lyons and perfumers Rodrigo Flores-Roux and Yann Vasnier to develop two fragrances as stimulating as the art, drawing on the scents of the strong cocktails and bold perfumes that filled the night.