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Art and fragrance patrons that know and love Diptyque can now visit the brand’s 31 Prince Street location for an extra treat.
Reminiscent of the brand’s artistic roots from the 1960s are Diptyque’s New York boutiques. The immersive environments—with standalone stores on Bleecker Street, Prince Street, and Madison Avenue—welcome guests with details like charming wooden floors, painted mirrored walls, and a selection of the brand’s coveted perfumes, candles, home accessories, and more. Here, favorites—like travel collections and boutique-exclusive scents—are sought after by fragrance lovers from around the world.
Today, those art and fragrance patrons that know and love Diptyque can now visit the brand’s 31 Prince Street location for an extra treat. While shopping for a new perfume, candle, or fragrant accessory, customers can enjoy a new mural on the store’s façade by the visual artist Finley. A candle in black and white burns with a wick that reads “Bring Light, Bring NYC,” positioned in front of a colorful background.
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