There’s a Guerlain flacon montre in Marilyn Monroe’s bedroom.
This is a very unusual choice because there’s no evidence that Marily wore Guerlain colognes. The reason behind this prop is easy to explain: Ryan Murphy is clearly a fan of this bottle and of the French brand; both have often been shown or quoted in his shows.
It’s not a historically accurate choice, though: the gold screw-cap stopper was first introduced in 1972, 10 years after the death of the American actress. In the 1960s flacons montre were available with the ground glass stopper.
 Marilyn’s name will forever be connected to Chanel No. 5, but she was also a fan of the now-discontinued Rose Geranium eau de toilette by Floris.