Lovely (and peaceful) short animations for Diptyque’s fragrances. I’ve included 5 (4 are below the jump): Philosykos, Oyédo, L’Ombre dans L’Eau, Eau des Sens and Tam Dao. You can find more if you click through to their YouTube channel.
Limited edition spring colors for five Diptyque candles: Freesia, Mimosa, Iris, Rosa Geranium and Choisya. $74 each for 190g.
In case you missed last year's Raw Materials in Color collection from Diptyque, here's your next opportunity to snag a limited edition collector bottle: the Impossible Bouquets collection. "Six unreal floral arrangements that exist outside of time and season, digitally created by artist Bas Meeuws. Inspired by Flemish still lifes from the 17th century, they symbolize six diptyque floral fragrances and recall the work of the perfumer, who also creates impossible virtual bouquets—a vision of nature elevated to its finest." Shown is L'Ombre dans L'Eau; also available in Do Son, Eau Rose, Eau des Sens, Olene and Eau Moheli. $140 each for 100 ml.
It’s February, and Diptyque has launched a new fragrance named Eau Capitale for its permanent collection, as well as a new limited edition scented candle called Paris en Fleur. All these products (Eau de Parfum and solid perfume for Eau Capitale, candles and scented wax oval for Paris En Fleur) are decorated with truly beautiful Art Nouveau-inspired patterns that feature “emblematic roses.” I have to admit, this launch is all very well-timed for Valentine’s Day, yet it’s not your average candy-sweet throwaway treat.
Eau Capitale is an homage to Diptyque’s hometown…
A quick introduction to Diptyque and Eau Capitale.