How cool is this? French fragrance-makers and candle company Diptyque have been making the runways of New York and London smell delectable. At the Victoria Beckham show in New York City, the entrance to the library and the catwalk was lined with rich, deep green Figuier candles. In London, Christopher Kane chose Diptyque's 34 Boulevard Saint Germain Room Spray to create a spicy, mossy-like ambiance. And over at House of Holland, Henry Holland also thought that using Figuier candles would give the room a classic scent amidst a throwback clothing collection. Lastly Antonio Berardi decided upon the unique, resin and balsamic scent of Opopanax Room Spray for his show. Which of these fragrances is your favourite?