Emmy (Kim Cattrall) and Jonathan (Andrew McCarthy) live their love story at night, when the Prince & Company department store they work at is empty and they are free to wander through its halls.
In the screencaps above, portraying the two protagonists dancing, quintessentially 1980s perfumes can be seen – Giorgio Beverly Hills Giorgio for Women and Giorgio for Men. A lot can be said about these two perfumes, but words can barely express the shock and awe you experienced when you smelled them. They were loud, bold, impressively persistent. The brand, founded by Fred and Gayle Hayman in 1961, reached the peak of success in the 1980s and the perfumes had a pivotal role. The women’s version was launched in 1981 and the men’s one three years later.