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A fragrance that pays tribute to the queen of flowers-the rose. The sharp, fresh scents of bergamot and black currant mix with precious centofilia and damask roses. To make the scent more sensual the base notes are infused with white musk and cedar.
Relief from the sweltering climate, a pagoda on the shores of Ha Long Bay, where trade winds tenderly caress the flowers. A name that sings, undulating like waves upon a beach. Do Son is an eau de toilette rich with contrast, exuding the fresh, intoxicating sensuality of tuberose.
Inspired by a springtime Normandy garden glittering with dew, the Ofresia fragrance pays homage to pristine white freesia blooms with rounded, delicate blossoms and the poignant promise of both complex and subtle perfumes. To express the pure, innocent flower on a more earthly plane, diptyque paired it with black pepper. Piquant, disquieting, insolently mysterious and appealing.
The Art of Body Care line takes you on a sensual, luxurious and elegant journey from the Mediterranean to the gates of the East. The set includes Smoothing Body Polish (1.7 oz.), Revitalizing Shower Gel (1.7 oz.), Fresh Lotion for the Body (1.7 oz.) and Luxurious Hand Balm (1 oz.), all perfect for your next journey.
Inspired by a voyage along the spice route, the promise of dreams and exotic horizons, diptyque honors the adventurous soul of vanilla.Influenced by aromas found in legendary cities (Babylon and Goa, Venice and Carthage, Constantinople and Baghdad) vanilla exudes a unique olfactory journey.
Founded in 1968, the first eau de toilette from diptyque draws inspiration from both beloved childhood memories as well as tradition. Influenced by sixteenth century English potpourris and unfettered by gender (to be worn by man or woman), the diptyque fragrance is of an olfactory design unparalleled in the repertoire of classic perfumery.
Behind the sound of its simple name lies the ambiance of gardens where the unique perfumes of leaves, blossoms and water combine in a joyful and harmonious symphony of scent, the very breath of nature. The Eau de Lierre fragrance reflects the quest for freedom and expression so typical of English gardens.
A fresh, joyous and distinguished scent, warmed by sun-drenched thyme, this eau de toilette is named after the city of Edo. As the former name of Tokyo, where very fresh scents, structured upon citrus fruit like yuzu (multifaceted cousin to the lime) were very much in demand, Edo recalls a citrus orchard on the shores of the Pacific.
The mountains of Tonkin tremble under the weighty steps of elephants carrying uprooted trees of precious wood through the vines. Majestic sandalwood breathes out its redolence in the sweltering heat of the jungle. Tam Dao pays tribute to the most sought after of the sacred woods, the sandalwood of Goa, India.
The Vetyverio fragrance blurs the lines between masculine and feminine by blending the archetypal raw materials of vetiver and feminine floral bouquets. The flowers, like many of diptyque's creations, are unexpected and take the user on a surprising journey. Turkish rose contributes sensuality while peppery geranium from Egypt provides a cheerful touch.
Pre-order this style today! Add to Shopping Bag to view approximate ship date. You'll be charged only when your item ships.The voyage of your dreams, on board a liner from Marseille to Saigon. A long haul crossing, stopping off at a number of places with magical names, all redolent of adventure and spice. The charm of life aboard a ship on which time does not exist.
Revisit the most iconic scents from diptyque's 50-year history with an exclusive candle set that includes two signature scents created each decade. Delight in the intoxicating aromas of tea, cinnamon, rose, jasmine, tuberose, berries, fig, wood, patchouli and amber.