For years, we've been whiffing the potent, luxe smells of Diptyque candles, made in France since 1961 and dotting the windows of luxe places like the Met Museum, the Fred Segal basement, and even Karl Lagerfeld's bathroom.
Now the Paris house has a solid perfume that feels - and smells - like you pressed your hand in a Diptyque candle's warm wax.
If it can perfume an entire room, is it too strong to smudge across your wrist? We don't think so, but obviously, some restraint is required - a sniff of black current can be sexy, as long as it's not clashing with your Strawberry Shortcake shampoo.
--FARAN KRENTCIL$48 at Beauty Habit