Diptyque is a French perfume house which was founded in 1961 and acquired by Manzanita Capital, the London-based private equity fund, in 2005.

Diptyque was established in 1961 by three artists: Yves Coueslant (a set designer), Desmond Knox-Leet (a painter) and Christiane Gautrot (a textile designer). The salon Diptyque was opened on Boulevard St.Germain in Paris. Primarily they offered home furnishings and produced printed fabrics. They also imported scents from England. But shortly (1963.) they added scented candles to the list of products by Diptyque, which became one of the main among their offers (and still is).

1968 the first Diptyque scent was launched – L`Eau, which is based on old English recipes of home fragrances. Three friends love to travel, the most of Diptyque scents were inspired by their trips.

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Do Son EDP

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Now reformulated in an Eau de Parfum, the creamy tuberose can be had in an extra concentrated form. Inspired directly

Do Son EDT

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Do Son is inspired directly from Yves Coueslant’s childhood in Vietnam, where he grew up in Haïphong, a port in

Eau De Lierre

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Behind the sound of it simple name, Eau de Lierre, lies the ambiance of gardens where the unique perfumes of

Eau Moheli

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Here, the ylang-ylang flower takes centre stage, as it does on the island of Moheli in the Comoros archipelago, where

Eau Rose

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Eau Rose, a fresh-floral perfume that pays tribute to the queen of flowers, the rose. Forever immortalized by Ronsard’s famous

L’Ombre Dans L’Eau

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The amazingly evocative scent of an English rose garden redolent with black currant has now been re-formulated in an effort


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White flowers without apologies. A lush cascade of wisteria, narcissus, honeysuckle and, most prominently, jasmine. A fierce, take-no-prisoner sort of


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To celebrate their 60th anniversary, Diptyque goes deep into their olfactive memory to illuminate us with with an enchanting story


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All too often, patchouli scents seem to be apologizing for their star ingredient. “It’s patchouli, ” the refrain goes, “but