Private perfumed visit to the former Post office of the Louvre #2

The exhibition "Voyages Immobiles" of the Maison Diptyque


[IN FRENCH ONLY] The famous perfume house Diptyque celebrates its sixtieth anniversary with a contemporary art exhibition that has flair! Artists and perfumers have imagined unique works and fragrances to take you on a journey from the West to the East, among the iconic destinations that have inspired the House.

To know

The House of Diptyque is a pioneering French perfume house created in 1961 by painter Desmond Knox-Leet, theater man Yves Coueslant and architect Christiane Gautrot. Artist-aesthetes sensitive to the cultures of the whole world, they are inspired by travels, real or dreamed, to create their perfumes.

The anniversary exhibition "Voyages Immobiles" offers an olfactory and artistic journey with works evoking the five major destinations associated with the House:  

  • Greece with Zoë Paul's ceramic pearl curtain,
  • Lebanon with the archaeological remains of Rabih Kayrouz, 
  • Japan with a scent reminiscent of Kyoto by Hiroshi Sugimoto,
  • France with the poems and drawings of Joël Andrianomearisoa, 
  • Italy with the surprising candle of Johan Creten.

Each of these ports of call is embodied by a perfume created for the occasion in limited edition. All in the heart of Paris, at the former Louvre Post Office whose amazing transformation was completed last year. 

Our secret

The recipe for the first eau de toilette composed by Dyptique in 1968 was based on a 16th-century

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Practice info:

Tuesday, October 19 at 7pm
Up to two reservations per person. Your name will be listed at the entrance of the event.
Old post office of the Louvre
52 rue du Louvre, 75001 Paris
Metro station: Louvre - Rivoli

52 rue du Louvre, 75001 Paris