There's an Annick Goutal perfume on Suzy Miller's dressing table. This is an unfortunate prop choice because the scene is set in 1975, while the French perfume house appeared on the market in 1980, five years later.
When agents M. J. Monahan and Reuben Goetz pay a visit to doctor Helen Hudson, the woman they're protecting, we can get a look at her busy dressing table. The first thing that has caught my attention is the perfume on the left - the 1980s classic Valentino. Created by Pierre Dinand and first launched… Continue reading Copycat (1995)
The protagonist's ex-wife, Gigi (Lauren Holly) loves perfumes and beauty products: her busy dressing table proves it. There are Clinique Dramatically Different moisturizing lotion, Bulgari Eau Parfumée au The Vert cologne and body lotion, and a perfume by Maître Parfumeur et Gantier. In another screencap, a bottle of Diorissimo (or Diorella) by Christian Dior and a… Continue reading What Women Want (2000)
There's a bottle of Annick Goutal perfume in the MacFarlands' hotel bathroom. The fluted bottle with the gold stopper and white paper label is the trademark of the French brand; too bad this choice is historically inaccurate. As a matter of fact, Goutal opened her first boutique in 1981, almost twenty years after the story… Continue reading The Two Faces of January (2014)
The dressing table in Lucy Carrigan's bedroom is pretty busy, but one bottle has caught my attention - the third from the left. The label and the golden bow mean one thing only: Annick Goutal. It's not the trademark fluted bottle, but the squared one, which I believe can be dated back to the late… Continue reading Across the Universe (2007)
Annick Goutal Un Matin d'Orage perfume, Lancôme La Laque Fever lipgloss, Maybelline Great Lash mascara and a Sinful Colors nail polish in Emily's bedroom. Thanks to my reader Mich for the mascara id.
Tobias (David Cross) tries some perfumes in Maggie's bathroom, among which an Annick Goutal one. Source.