The story behind Diptyque’s univeral appeal and 54-year history has irrefutable charm.
Which is why it will come as no surprise that both fragrance and fashion aficionados will be bowing down to the latest two offerings from the French fragrance house faster than you can say, “Pass me the Baies, bae.”
Enter Rosafolia – a scented candle whose lush, green verdure, enhanced by a touch of galbanum, is gracefully mellowed at the heart of Turkish rose absolute; the softness of petals sharpened by a spark of geranium.
And, in continuing the celebration of botanical elegance, Eau Plurielle joins the perfume house’s permanent collection.
A scent of many uses – body, hair, home and linen – this light mist is reminiscent of fresh bed sheets laid on by a bed of ivy and Turkish roses in the springtime heat. Hesperidia – a berry with a tough, leathery rind – introduces the accord, while musk and wood give this scent both strength and staying power.
The consensus? Complete sensorial awesomeness.