A spot for L’Officine Universelle Buly's new Autocollants Odoriférants pour Masques (scented stickers; around €8 for a pack of 8).
I probably want the Alabaster more, but I'd take a set of Buly 1803's "scented pencils" too. They're decorative sticks that you dip in the (included) fragrance oil, then "Choose wisely where to place your pencils so that their delicate scent is released fully and widely... in the most original way!" About €53.
In case, like me, you don't happen to have a hefty gift certificate to Buly 1803, here's a cheaper alternative to yesterday's lemming (and possibly a good stocking stuffer): Scented Soap Sheets. "Buly 1803's soaps are ideal for when you're on-the-go - just slip them into your bag and use as you would a regular bar. Each single-use cellulose sheet dissolves on contact with water, creating a substantial lather without any residue." (I used to buy the Crabtree & Evelyn soap leaves, they were lovely.) Available at Net-a-Porter, in Damask Rose, Scottish Lichen or Orange Blossom, $17 for a pack of 40.
In case you happen to have a hefty gift certificate to Buly 1803 and can't decide what to do with it, here's La Douzaine Parfumée, a discovery set with twelve 10 ml sprays: "All the chords are easily harmonised together or individually impregnated directly on your body. Cheeks, neck, hair and beard are soaked in the essence of your choice. From the first twelve hours until noon to another ones until midnight, there will always be a scent surrounding to impress you. The Scented Dozen is a rhythmic and Parisian prelude to your next olfactory strolls." €167.
I suppose I might be able to make room on my shelf for Eau Triple La Baigneuse, the fragrance perfumer Daniela Andrier created as an interpretation of the Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres painting The Valpinçon Bather, which hangs at The Louvre, who as you may remember asked Buly 1803 to come up with a few fragrances based on their collection. The collection is out now, 8 fragrances, each available in a variety of items including scented postcards, candles, soap sheets, alabasters (I'm still jealous of Jessica's) and spray perfumes. Here's the description for La Baigneuse, which is €125: "Steam rising from marble sluiced with waves of heated water, dampened muslin wraps the shining limbs, delicately soaped; susurrations of the hammam. After bathing, resting on fresh sheets, the skin, still beaded with moisture, is chafed with lavender and orange blossom; now refreshed, its velvety pallor like an iris petal pearled by a mist of incense and musk."