PERFUMED candles in Paris? Mais oui. You must get to Diptyque (34 boulevard Saint-Germain, 5th) and scoop up a Feu de Bois Gris 300g candle (‘‘woody family’’) and look at the room sprays (fruity, floral, spicy, herbal or woody collections) and its classic unisex eau de toilette L’Eau, launched in 1968 and now even available as a travel-handy roll-on. Cire Trudon (78 rue de Seine, 6th) has been in the candle business since 1643 and these are the full luxe, made from the finest wax and lasting longer than most other brands. In hand-crafted glass holders, the heady range includes Trianon, with ‘‘jasmine, wild roses, wild herbs from the meadows . . .’’ Also available at the grand Le Bon Marche in SaintGermain-des-Pres on the Left Bank. More: dyptiqueparis.com; ciretrudon.com. Atelier Cologne, covered in last week’s guide to Paris’s best perfumeries, has moved to 8 rue Saint-Florentin, 1st. More: theaustralian.com.au/travel.