Diptyque Incorporates Upcycled Firad Rose in Latest Perfume Launch
As part of the brand’s efforts towards sustainability.
The Eau Rose Eau de Parfum is the latest addition to a family of fragrances produced by diptyque. Its mixture is comprised of the original damascena and centifolia roses, as a tribute to its sister the Eau Rose Eau de Toilette, with a slight twist. Infused with extracts of firad rose, the newly launched perfume aligns with the brand’s ongoing contributions to sustainability, as the rose is upcycled through the use of discarded damascena rose water during the distillation process.
Created by renowned perfumer Fabrice Pellegrin with packaging visuals by Maurice Harris, the fragrance asserts its personality through accents of artichoke, litchi and chamomile to create a unique scent experience. To further celebrate the arrival of the Eau de Parfum, the house is also releasing its signature candles in four scents — “Roses,” “Camomille,” “Litchi” and “Artichaut,” resembling the ingredients in the blend. The collection also comes with an oval mirror, which can be clipped onto glass vessels to embellish your living space, adding to diptyque’s collection of second-life objects.
The upcoming fragrance is available on diptyque‘s website. Take a look at the floral-filled collection above.