There’s a Cire Trudon candle in the State Secretary’s office.
When Nicole (Scarlett Johansson) first meets her soon-to-be lawyer Nora (Laura Dern), we can see a Diptyque candle on the metal table by the white leather sofa. Too far from us, though, so it’s still hard to tell what candle it is.
The mystery is solved thanks to a close-up: it’s the best-selling Baies, a sublime fragrance of rose leaves and blackcurrant berries!
There’s a Diptyque Freesia candle in Nick and Alyssa’s bookshelf.
In 1994 the founder and frontman of Nine Inch Nails expressed his love for scented candles, which – according to him – were infinitely better than drugs.
Fast forward to 2014: Reznor was portrayed working in Atticus Ross’ studio. Guess what was sitting next to him… A Diptyque candle! Unfortunately, there’s no way to say what scent it was, but this is the evidence we needed (in case we needed it) that his passion for scented candles is definitely here to stay!
There’s a large Mrs. Meyer’s lavender-scented soy candle in Marie’s sitting room.
There’s a Jo Malone home candle in Mary Haines’ kitchen.
Casey Shaw (Charlotte Christie) sneaks into the protagonist’s house: she finds out her idol, rock-band drummer Ben Sergeant, uses Chanel Allure Homme and sprays it on her friend Jody Long. On the mantelpiece in Tamara’s bedroom there’s a Jo Malone candle, too.
Jo Malone scented candle in Allegra Rori Recchi’s living room.
There’s a Diptyque scented candle in Emma Recchi’s room. Judging from the front sticker’s lay-out, it should be Géranium Rosa.