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diptyque

In 1961, three friends named Desmond Knox-Leet, Christiane Gautrot, and Yves Coueslant, decided to open a store in Paris, where they displayed and sold their own plain and print soft furnishings. They also gave their customers the opportunity to discover the biggest names in traditional English perfumes, then little known in France. 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. 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. This is the only diptyque in Dallas/Fort Worth.

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214.987.1799

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Store Manager: Chad Spurrier

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diptyque

In 1961, three friends named Desmond Knox-Leet, Christiane Gautrot, and Yves Coueslant, decided to open a store in Paris, where they displayed and sold their own plain and print soft furnishings. They also gave their customers the opportunity to discover the biggest names in traditional English perfumes, then little known in France. 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. 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. This is the only diptyque in Dallas/Fort Worth.

Location: Level One