L’etrangleur (1970)

There are many Guerlain perfumes on the vanity table of one of Émile’s victims. From left to right:

guerlaineaudecologneimperialevintage_bornunicornThe classic flacon abeilles contains Eau de Cologne Impériale, a cologne created by Pierre François Pascal Guerlain for Empress Eugenie in 1853.

guerlaingoutteflacon_bornunicornNo way to know what the flacon goutte contains here. This bottle, first launched in the 1920s, has been used for many eaux de toilette.

eauxdeguerlain_bornunicornThere’s another flacon abeillessans golden bees – containing an eau. The front label is not shown, so it’s impossible to say what eau this is.

Guerlain Chypre 53 cologne_bornunicornThe sage green disk on a flacon montre indicates its content: Chypre 53 eau de cologne. The perfume was first released in 1909, but in 1948 it was re-issued as a cologne.

guerlainchantdaromesdeodorant_bornunicornThe last bottle is the perfumed deodorant of Chant d’Arômes, a 1962 creation by Jean-Paul Guerlain.

Id and screencap source.

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