Diptyque Turns 50

November 4, 2011


To celebrate its 50th anniversary this year, the Parisian fragrance purveyor Diptyque gave three of its closest perfumers olfactory carte blanche to create whatever limited-edition goodie they wished.

For her part, Olivia Giacobetti went with a scented candle, Curiosités. Inspired by Diptyque’s rather mystical heritage, she infused it with cypress, dried angelica and clove leaves.

The nose Fabrice Pellegrin, meanwhile, combined the aphrodisiac ambroxan with an unlikely dash of cumin to create his sensual, woody eau de toilette, Eau Mage.

Rounding out the trio is Eau Particulière by Olivier Pescheux. A veritable melting pot of notes, ranging from mint and patchouli to Turkish rose and orris butter, it’s a festive spray for everyone and every occasion.

Could you see this brand at 4 soon? We couldn’t possibly say.

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