Since 1963 and their first scented candles - Thé, Aubépine and Cannelle – diptyque has
been transforming light into perfume. Through its collection of scented candles, diptyque reveals the olfactory treasures present in nature. Candle after candle, the collection builds up into an exceptional herbarium of scents.
Diptyque celebrates Roses with Maurice Harris, the most exuberant of florists. For this occasion, the Maison has created a limited-edition collection brimming with fantasy, colour and scent.
Expressing an unexpected accord of roses, the limited edition Litchi Candle is part of Maurice's vibrant bouquet. Ready to be eaten, litchis cluster in a bunch, just as we might find them on the tree. The skin splits to release the pulp, revealing the fragrance of the fresh, juicy fruit, its accents of rose mixed with tart, ripe raspberry.
At its heart, the new Eau Rose Eau de Parfum brings together the most unexpected accords naturally present in the rose: chamomile, artichoke and litchi. As an illustration, Maurice Harris has created a bouquet in its image – one spiced up with a touch of extravagance. A delicate flower or a juicy fruit here, a green vegetable there... Together, chamomile, artichoke, litchi and rose bloom in a verdant profusion of whimsical beauty.
Like the Eau de Parfum, the Eau Rose Eau de Toilette and the new limited-edition candles Camomille, Artichaut, Litchi and Roses each feature a bouquet composed by Maurice Harris. And in a final indulgent flourish, the four candles, lit together, reproduce the scent of the floral composition by this most audacious florist.
*Image taken exclusively for TLMB at Harrods