Diptyque is a Paris-based luxury goods company that produces a high-end line of scented candles, perfumes, face and body care. The name Diptyque is from Ancient Greek δίπτυχος (díptykhos) and refers to a painting or sculpture composed of two panels.
Founded in 1961 by three friends (painter Desmond Knox-Leet, set designer Yves Coueslant, and Christiane Gautrot, who was working in an architecture firm), Diptyque originally produced printed fabrics, but in 1963 they introduced a line of scented candles which eventually became the focus of their business. There are now over fifty scented candles in the product line.
In 1968 Diptyque produced their first perfume, L'Eau, which was later followed by a series of other scented waters. These are also available as home products such as bath soaps.
Currently, Diptyque has several stores in Paris, four in London, and locations in Toulouse, Milan, Tokyo, Doha, and Dubai. In the United States, Diptyque boutiques are located in New York City, Buckhead Atlanta, Beverly Hills, San Francisco, River Oaks District in Houston, Dallas, and Chicago. Each boutique is designed to fit the aesthetic of the city.
|Do Son||2005||In Production||floral blend of tuberose, orange tree leaves, roses, benzoin, iris, and white musk |
|Eau Duelle||2010||In Production||two types of vanilla, and notes of bergamot, cardamom, pink pepper, elemi, juniper, saffron, calamus, frankincense, cypriol, black tea, musk and amber.|
|Eau Lente||1986||In Production||spicy Oriental blend of Indian spices and cinnamon based on the scents used at the time of Alexander the Great. |
|Eau d'Elide||1988||DISCONTINUED||blend of bitter orange, wild lavender, musk and aromatic shrubs. |
|Eau de Lierre||2006||In Production||green floral scent with sheer peppery notes, ivy, iris, white musk and silky wood. |
|Jardin Clos||2003||DISCONTINUED||green floral blend of hyacinths surrounded by white lilac, mimosa, and watermelon. |
|L'Autre||1973||In Production (Available exclusively in diptyque boutiques)||woody spicy blend of spices including cumin, coriander, cardamom, carvi and patchouli. |
|L'Eau||1968||In Production||clove pomander with notes of cinnamon, geranium, sandalwood, rose and cloves. Diptyque's oldest fragrance, based on a 16th-century potpourri recipe.|
|L'Eau Trois||1975||In Production (Available exclusively in diptyque boutiques)||resinous scent of aromatic shrubs from the mountainous coastline of northern Greece. |
|L'Eau de Tarocco||2009||In Production||Tarocco orange, cinnamon, turmeric, ginger, rose, cedar, frankincense.|
|L'Eau des Hesperides||2008||In Production||bitter orange, mandarin, lemon, petitgrain, red thyme, rosemary, mint, cedar and white musk.|
|L'Eau de L'Eau||2008||In Production||sheer, spicy fragrance that starts out citrusy, with notes of clove, cinnamon, ginger, pink peppercorns, geranium, lavender, orange blossom, benzoin balm, tonka bean and patchouli.|
|L'Eau de Néroli||2008||In Production||citrus fragrance with notes of bergamot, petitgrain, verbena, tarragon, neroli, orange blossom, geranium, beeswax, white musk and cedar.|
|L'Ombre dans L'Eau||1983||In Production||blend of blackcurrant leaf and Bulgarian rose ~ the scent of a green riverside garden.|
|Ofrésia||1999||In Production||peppery white freesia on a woody note.|
|Olène||1988||In Production||floral fragrance with notes of wisteria and narcissus.|
|Opôné||2001||In Production||spicy Oriental blend of saffron, roses, spices and wood.|
|Oyedo||2000||In Production||notes of yuzu, grapefruit, lime, orange, mint, thyme and woods.|
|Philosykos||1996||In Production||woody aromatic blend of fig tree leaves and white cedar|
|Tam Dao||2003||In Production||Oriental woody unisex scent made from the Oriental Goa sandalwood.|
|Vetyverio||2010||In Production||notes of mandarin, grapefruit, lemon, bergamot, ylang ylang, Turkish rose, geranium, vetiver, carrot seeds, nutmeg, apricot, clove, cedar and musk.|
|Vinaigre de Toilette||1975||In Production||skin tonic with neroli, thyme, and other herbs|
|Virgilio||1990||DISCONTINUED||notes of basil, herbs and cedar; pastoral and green. |
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