A huge display of Chanel Chance can be seen in different scenes, all set in the Parisian department store where the protagonists have a dangerous night. The woody perfume, housed in a unique round bottle, was created by Jacques Polge and launched in 2003.
There's a Cire Trudon candle in the State Secretary's office.
Several bottles of Issey Miyake L'Eau d'Issey eau de parfum are displayed in the luxury department store where most of the film is set. The eau de parfum version was launched in 2006, while the original eau de toilette was launched in 1992. A Jacques Cavallier creation, it's one of the first ozonic/aquatic perfumes which… Continue reading Nocturama (2016)
Three Revlon nail polishes (two reds, one pearly silver) can be seen in a dressing room at the Théâtre Bobino in Paris, where Zizi Jeanmarie is performing with her revue. Yves Saint Laurent designed her feathery and sparkly costumes.
On Yves Saint Laurent's desk there are a white box of Y perfume and a red nail polish.
The first men's perfume by Yves Saint Laurent was Pour Homme, an aromatic scent launched in 1971. Its advertising campaign - the designer posing naked in front of the camera of Jean Loup Sieff - challenged the concept of male nudity in advertising and caused a scandal. The same concept was used by Tom Ford in 2002: the… Continue reading Saint Laurent (2014)
Two versions of Yves Saint Laurent Y can be seen all through the film: in the first picture there is the bottle with the tall cap, made of metal and a horn-like material; in the second there's the bottle with glass cap. The perfume, originally launched in 1964, was created by Jean Amic.