For diptyque, only chypre, a lively fragrance with its roots deep in one of the first and most famous perfumeries in the world, can fully embody the essence of the city with a thousand faces. An excess of lush roses precedes the freshness of bergamot notes, accented by bright pink berries. Its undertone is patchouli, bringing together a fragrance at once defiant and free.
Eau Capitale is artfully decorated with undulating calligraphy, the Eiffel Tower, emblematic roses, a proud peacock fanning its feathers, and volutes intertwined. To design Eau Capitale, diptyque and Pierre Marie drew their inspiration from the Parisian architecture and the distinct style of Art Nouveau.