A quick animation for Diptyque’s new Othoniel Rosa, developed in collaboration with artist Jean-Michel Othoniel. Then, so long as we’re here, below the jump we have first a spot about Othoniel’s La Rose des Vents sculpture at the Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park, San Franciso (you can read more here) followed by a spot about Les Belles Danses, installed at the Théâtre d’Eau at Versailles in 2015 (you can read more here), followed by a performance by Benjamin Millepied’s L.A. Dance Project at the Théâtre d’Eau.
Oh candles are so much bother anyway. Diptyque's new electric diffuser (shown above right, apparently installed with a dedicated outlet) promises to "activate with a simple touch anywhere on the vent to switch the device on and off". $120, cartridges sold separately for $45 each (it appears to use the same cartridges as the electric Un Air de Diptyque and the car diffusers).
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.
Diptyque's new travel perfume format, available in Do Son, Philosykos, Eau Rose and Eau des Sens, comes with 12 ml ($115 / €95) and can be refilled from the larger Diptyque bottles. You can also personalize your bottle with the little plastic squares, as shown above. At Diptyque.