Renata is in her bathroom after the lavish disco party she’s thrown for her daughter Amabella. By the sink there are Krigler Charming California 215 scented candle and Jo Malone Peony & Blush Suede shower oil.
When Ally takes Meadow (Leslie Grossman) to the Butchery on Main restaurant, the latter finally discloses the whole cult plot. Before starting the conversation, she takes a candle in a decorative tin from a table display and puts it in her bag.
It’s the Persimmon & Copal candle from the Japonica collection by Voluspa.
The displays includes candles (boxed and unboxed) from the Maison Noir collection by Voluspa.
The ones with the red glass jar are Goji Tarocco Orange.
There’s a Voluspa Classic Maison candle (from the Maison Noir collection) in Ally’s bathroom.
Chanel #5 (Abigail Breslin) wants to convince Jennifer to vote Zayday as new president of the KKT Sorority House, so as to bring Chanel Oberlin down. She reveals one of Chanel’s luxurious habits (burning Diptyque candles once and then throwing them away), promises all those candles to Jennifer, who obviously freaks out, ready to vote whomever she is asked to.
In Chanel’s closet there’s a number of candles, burnt once and then put aside. They’re not real Diptyque candles, but prop masters did a good job in reproducing the main features of the famous French candles – oval label, glass vase and names. None of the names (Iris, Lilac, Lily, 23) is the real name of a Diptyque candle, but they are reminiscent of them. 23 instead of 34? Nice try! Someone in the prop department has done his/her research.
A Jo Malone candle can be seen in Dan’s flat