The bathroom where Camille (Bernadette Lafont) is sitting to apply nail polish on her toenails is full of interesting perfumes.
The first bottle on a shelf above the washbasin is Robert Piguet Cravache eau de toilette, a citrus fragrance launched in 1963.
Guerlain Habit Rouge eau de cologne in the red bottle sits on the same shelf. This version of the amber woody fragrance by Jean-Paul Guerlain was launched in 1965.
Habit Rouge eau de cologne in the clear glass bottle can be seen on another shelf behind Camille.
Other three perfume bottles can be seen in this scene.
On the washbasin shelf there’s Helena Rubinstein Men’s Club 52 eau de cologne.
A Chanel bottle on the second shelf. It’s impossible to read the front label, but it could be the Eau de Cologne Pour Monsieur.
Same location for Jean Patou Lacoste Eau de Sport in the metal canister. This fragrance, launched in 1967, was created by Jean Kerleo.
Thanks to lepetitcivet for the Patou id.