Over the years, Diptyque has gained a fervent following for its fragrances—think cult classics Do Son and Philosykos—that display the house’s focus on exceptional quality and original design. The brand has just announced the arrival of Eau Nabati, which loosely translates to ‘botanical’, a new addition to the lineup just in time for summer.
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The oriental fragrance is an ode to luxuriant gardens frequented by the trio of well-travelled founders, Desmond Knox-Leet, Christiane Montadre-Gautrot and Yves Coueslant. The freshness of bergamot and zest from petitgrain strike a delicate balance with the warmth of immortelle flowers and balsam of Peru.
The result? A lightweight scent evoking a leisurely stroll through lush gardens and rays of sunlight, perfect to add to your rotation of fragrances for everyday wear in Singapore’s year-round tropical heat.
The enchanting fragrance is captured in Diptyque’s emblematic oval-shaped bottle, this time designed by French artist Koralie. Drawing inspiration from the symmetry found in nature, one face of the golden plate is engraved with a path inviting you towards the entrance of a garden, while its interior is revealed on the back.
Diptyque Eau Nabati EDP retails at $378 for 75ml at Diptyque Raffles City and Diptyque Takashimaya S.C.
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