It’s no secret Diptyque has garnered a cult following in the States, with devotees worshiping fragrances like Tubereuse and Feu de Bois. But just as popular as the Parisian candle brand’s alluring scents are its votives, often repurposed as vases or fashionable knick-knack holders.
This fall, Diptyque has teamed up with German artist Olaf Hajek for a trio of seasonal scents in whimsical packaging that’s a fun departure from the brand’s timeless black-and-white labels.
Following buzzy partnerships with creatives like Pierre Frey and John Galliano, the brand launched the Lucky Charms collection Tuesday with three scents — Protection, Harmony and Luck — all colorfully housed in decorative holders inspired by fortuitous motifs like horseshoes, ladybugs and shooting stars.
Hajek cites South American folklore, African traditions and pop culture as influences to his artwork, making the symbolisms found on each candle just as much of a selling point as the scents themselves.