Its creation was attended by brilliant Olivia Giacobetti, Fabrice Pellegrin and Olivier Peschaux. The first chapter of this story began with Olivier Pescot, who invented the “34 Boulevard Saint Germain” collection at the beginning of the year, and then supplemented it with his new masterpiece Eau Particuliere, discovering with it the “unexpected sides of Diptique”. Out of purely female curiosity, Olivia Giacobetti created an awakening Curiosites fragrance, and Fabrice Pellegrin traveled through the entire “pyramid” of Diptique fragrances and reached the essence of the main raw materials used in them. So the Eau Mage perfumery water was born.
Since the form for Diptique is no less important than content, a trio of perfumers presented their aromas in the form of aroma candles, a bottle of toilet water and a multi-use aerosol.
Olivia Giacobetti, composing her Curiosites of their ingredients such as Alaskan cypress, tulip tree, clover leaves, styrax resin and ambergris, placed him in a snow-white porcelain bowl. And the result was a candle! Once Olivia was asked: "What is Diptique for you?" She replied: "Simplicity, memories and curiosity ... My Curiosites candlestick evokes memories of a house filled with books, watercolors, heavy wood furniture and aromas of unknown flowers and herbs."
Fabrice Pellegrin enthusiastically worked on Eau Mage toilet water, woven from notes of mandarin, rose, ambergris, cumin, cashmeran and Cypriot pine. Once he was asked to describe the resulting creation, and he said: "This is a sensual woody composition, it has a wandering spirit, inexpressible freshness and powerful warm chords of spices." When Fabrice was asked: "How would you express the essence of Diptique in one word?" he found it difficult to answer. And then he said: "The first thing that comes to mind is elegance."
Olivier Pescot went even further and came up with a multi-purpose perfume, endowing it with aromas of green mint, a bouquet of herbs, Turkish rose, violet root oil, patchouli, lemon balm, resin and musk. "What happened?" - asked Olivier Peschaux. "A big splash of good humor and smiles! A generous and bright aroma!" he answered. "And how could you express your attitude to Diptique in one word" - "This is more than a word!" - said the master.
Three great perfumers have opened the door to the world of Diptique, which, as it turned out, is just beginning at 34 Boulevard Saint Germain .... Welcome.