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Diptyque

Vetyverio

$6.00

Created by nose Olivier Pescheux in 2010 for French indie fragrance house Diptyque, Vetyverio is something I find myself craving more and more in these early days of autumn.

I have no resistance when it comes to vetiver-centric fragrances, but there is such an emotional tug to this crisp, clean vetiver mingling with flowers and warmed by spice that I find compelling. I wish I could say that this comes from some long-ago memory or association with some event. It doesn’t. When I smell Vetyverio on my skin, it triggers pure pleasure, and that’s enough for me.

$6.00
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Essences Insensées eau de parfum 2015

$7.00

Each year since 2014, Diptyque has launched a limited-edition fragrance inspired by the quality of the harvest of a specific ingredient as part of its Essences Insensées collection. In 2014 the featured ingredient was mimosa, in 2015 it was jasmine and in 2016 it was Rose de Mai. The year in the name of the fragrance indicates the featured note.

$7.00
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Essences Insensées Mimosa

$7.00

Essences Insensées Mimosa was launched in 2014 by Diptyque. A limited edition edition eau de parfum, it's the first in their Essences Insensées collection of "mille-fleurs" perfumes.

$7.00
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Volutes

$4.00

I thought this frag was a winner when I first smelled it, but now it’s official - the 2013 FIFI Award for best niche perfume was awarded to Volutes, by Diptyque.

$4.00

34 boulevard st. germain

$5.00

In 1961, three friends, Desmond Knox-Leet a painter, Yves Coueslant a set designer, and Christiane Gautrot, an assistant at an architecture firm founded Diptyque, a company that produced printed fabrics. Over time they expanded the business adding a line of scented candles in 1963 and fragrances in 1968.

Their first store was located at 34 Boulevard Saint Germain in Paris. In 2011. the fragrance 34 boulevard saint germain was launched to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the niche line.

$5.00
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