Diptyque returns to its roots with its next collection, Le Bazar du 34, which will launch in September. Showcasing the launch, the brans debuted a series of olfactive and interactive installations at The Invisible Dog in Brooklyn.
Collection Trente-Quatre pays homage to the fragrance house’s Parisian roots and is named after the original boutique on 34 Boulevard Satin Germain. In addition to three new perfumes and a madeleine-scented candle, the brand is further celebrating its history by launching a range of totes, pouches, and decorative pillows.
With a plethora of prints, designed by illustrator Charlotte Gastaut, your home can become a modern interpretations the brand’s original boutique. All of the accessories were constructed from linen produced by Libeco – a family business founded in 1858 – and range from $45 for the pouch and $58 for the tote to $90 for pillows. The collection will launch in September at the Brooklyn pop-up and in October at Diptyque boutiques worldwide.