Belles Filles is a photoshoot by Guy Bourdin released in 1977. Some distinctive elements of the French photographer’s style are present in the picture above – the dreamy atmosphere, satin clothes, high heels – along with a beautiful set of famous perfumes.
The first of the perfumes on the washbasin is Chanel No. 5, originally created by Ernest Beaux in 1921.
Next is Revillon Detchema, released in 1953.
Givenchy III, created by Jean François Latty and Raymond Chaillan, was released in 1970.
The last one is Caron Infini, in the beautiful bottle by Serge Mansau. This perfume was created in 1912 by Ernest Daltroff, but this one is the 1970 reformulation by Gerard Lefortis.
There are three bottles on the floor, too. The first is Nina Ricci L’Air du Temps, created by Francis Fabron in 1948.
The tall bottle with gold stopper is Rochas Madame Rochas, created by Guy Robert in 1960.
Last but not least, the leaf-shaped bottle of Guerlain Chamade, a 1969 creation by Jean-Paul Guerlain.