In 1968, diptyque composed its first eau de toilette, L’Eau, inspired by a 16th-century potpourri recipe and the scent of pomanders. New creations followed: eaux de parfums, roll-ons, and a rare vinaigre de toilette. For 40 years, diptyque has been developing a sophisticated collection of personal fragrances giving it a clear, distinctive signature. Over the course of the House’s history, an unusual olfactory landscape has been formed. Guided by a fragrance legacy as broad as it is deep, diptyque continues to pursue olfactory creation unmatched in the palette of classical perfumery, blending scents to be worn by man or woman.