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I'm looking for the closest font to this one. Especially the letters "l'art du parfum", "savon" "l'art du soin", & "dyptique"
I know this is probably either hand lettered or not publicly available, but what is the closest font out there with which I can achieve a very similar effect? Thank you so much in advance to anyone who answers, this means an awful lot to me.
asked by anonymous Nov 25

1 Answer

+1 vote

For diptyque, Haarlemmer is as close as I can get (given that it is a logo, it likely has some custom refinements).

No luck IDing the all-caps serif yet...discussed on Typophile some years ago without a resolution.

I think the product names still use lettering by one of the company founders, Desmond Knox-Leet—see page 17 of this Diptyque intern training guide or this page on their website.

answered by kthomps5 Expert (1,984 points) Nov 26
edited by kthomps5 Nov 26
This is exactly what I needed! Thank you so so much for such a thorough answer, kthomps5!