Two quick videos (one is below the jump) for the Diptyque Lucky Charms holiday collection (here and here). Then, a video from Marie Claire where someone just holds the candles up and twirls them so you can see the full designs (be warned: if you already sort of wanted one of the candles, this will cost you money). Then below that, an image of the limited edition candle lid that matches the collection.
Diptyque gets a lot of play in the daily lemming because they keep making things I want, or at least, that look from the picture like I might well want them. (Amount of money I have actually spent on Diptyque products this year: $0.) Here's a particularly silly one, since I need a snow globe about as much as I need a hole in the head, and it isn't even scented so it has no real business here, but there it is. "Each figure in the snow globe embodies a wish for the holidays and the year to come. The green jasper beetle, the tiger, and the shooting star symbolize protection. The crossed fingers, Japanese cat, four-leaf clover, and the Asian elephant symbolize luck. The ladybug, crane, horseshoe, swallow, and holly symbolize harmony." $85 smackeroos, will make all your dreams come true, and matches the 2019 holiday candles and candle carousel.
From Diptyque, the limited edition Othoniel Rosa candle, made in collaboration with the artist Jean-Michel Othoniel (you can read more about his solo show, La rose du Louvre, here). It promises a peppery rose with vetiver and is sold in Diptyque boutiques around Paris and at the Diptyque France website, 190g for €60.
From Diptyque's upcoming Prêts-à-Parfumer collection, an adjustable scented bracelet with gold-plated clasp, available in Do Son, Tam Dao or Eau Rose, $90. There will also be scented, wearable stickers to be worn like tattoos (to be sold in Do Son, Eau Rose or L'Ombre dans L'Eau; 5 stickers for $55) and a gold-plated brooch in a bird design with scented ceramic disks to slip in the back (to be sold in Do Son, Eau Rose or Fleur de Peau; $120).