The Diptyque L'Eau draws inspiration from childhood memories and from tradition, that of sixteenth-century English potpourris, so beloved by one of the company's founders, Desmond Knox-Leet.
Spicy, unfettered by genderto be worn by man or womanthis fragrance is of an olfactory design unparalleled in the repertoire of classic perfumery.
When celebrities travel to Paris, they flock to the Left Bank to stock up on Diptyque candles. Diptyque produced its first handmade candles in 1963, infusing them with fresh botanical scents. Today, they're widely acknowledged to be one of the world's finest candles.