There’s a long sequence in the film where we’re taken into the bedrooms of Miles Bron’s guests and we get to see what’s in their luggage. In the case of Duke Cody, his bathroom and toiletries are shown.
There’s Herban Cowboy Dusk spray deodorant by the washbasin, along with a cosmetic bag, the content of which is revealed a few moments later.
Nick (Michael Douglas) is spending the night at Catherine’s so, when he goes into her huge bathroom, we know some intriguing products will be featured.
The first beauty product I’ve noticed is a spray can of Evian mineral water.
The tall pump bottle is by Alba Botanica. Unfortunately I haven’t been able to find any picture of it online, so I have no idea what product it was. Probably a body lotion or a face cleanser.
Next there’s a Clinique anti-perspirant roll-on deodorant.
This is a real treat: we get to see the fragrance used by Catherine! It’s Montana Parfum de Peau in the beautiful spiral bottle (a stunning design by Serge Mansau). This leather fragrance, created by Jean Guichard, was launched in 1986 and it still is one of the most aenigmatic scents of that decade; that is why I think it beautifully compliments the protagonist’s mysterious and wild personality.
The container on the far right is still a mystery: when I first saw it, I was sure it was part of the Parfum de Peau line (a body lotion or talcum powder), but it’s not. If you have any idea about its identity, please drop me a line.
Howard Ratner is a gambling addict who runs a jewellery store in the diamond district in New York. He leads a very hectic and dangerous life, as the bruises on his back show. He’s always busy (even when he’s just out of the shower, he’s on the phone) but thanks to this short scene we can take a look at the toiletries and perfumes he uses.
On the right of the screen there’s Montblanc Legend, an aromatic perfume created by Olivier Pescheux and launched in 2011.
By the washbasin there are two Old Spice Classic deodorant sticks, Pinaud Clubman after-shave lotion and Gillette Foamy shaving foam.
This id is just a guess, but I’m pretty sure it’s correct. I think the bottle half-seen between Howard’s arm and chest is Bleu de Chanel, at least judging from the lettering and from the shape of the atomiser. From a historical point of view, this would be an accurate choice: the film is set in 2012, and this Jacques Polge creation was launched in 2010.
There are several toiletries in the bathroom cabinet in Daisy’s apartment: they all belong to her dad. Among them, Andrew Jergens Martiniqueafter-shave lotion and matching deodorant and Mennen Protein 29 conditioning hair groom.