The first reason was the delicacy of this rose, its pure color, its beautiful sunny heart and the fact that it reminded me of a wild rose. But what surprised me was its amazing and strong perfume, straightforward and clear.
— French artist Jean-Michel Othoniel on the Othoniel rose cultivar named in his honor, which inspired the new Diptyque Othoniel Rosa fragrance. Read more in Diptyque's New Fragrance Is a Work of Art at Town and Country.
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