Emojis had a bit of a bad rep last year. Case in point? Kimojis. Yes, Kim Kardashian's emojis. Think her larger-than-life, internet-breaking derrière outlined in pixels. If that isn't horrifying, we don't know what is.

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Thankfully, the folks at French fragrance company Diptyque were a little more discerning about who they brought on to design their emojis. To launch their latest Rosaviola scent, Diptyque collaborated with fashion designer Olympia Le-Tan to dream up a whimsical set of Valentine's day themed dingbats that feature everything from roses to clandestine love letters. 

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You can also send a friend a virtual Rosaviola candle, but they won't be able to smell the rose and powdery violet notes of this delicate scent. Pair the candle emoji with the iconic Diptyque paperbag, scaled down to an adorable thumbnail. You know what they say — good things certainly come in small packages.

The Diptyque emoji set is available for download on the Apple App Store.