perfumes in movies

All About Eve (1950)

Margo (Bette Davis) and Karen (Celeste Holm) are at the Stork Club in New York with their partners. Two boxes of Le Galion Sortilège can be seen on their table. This choice is extremely accurate because the French fragrance, created in 1937 by Paul Vacher, really was the trademark perfume of the NY nightclub. The… Continue reading All About Eve (1950)

make-up brushes in tv shows, make-up products in tv shows

Feud E05 (And the Winner Is…)

Bette Davis (Susan Sarandon) is getting ready for the Oscars 1963. On her dressing table two Bésame Cosmetics products can be seen: a face powder brush and a pot of cream rouge. The red lipstick she puts on is by Bésame, too.

make-up brushes in tv shows, make-up products in tv shows

Feud E05 (And the Winner Is…)

Backstage at the Oscars 1963, Olivia de Havilland (Catherine Zeta-Jones) retouches Bette Davis' make-up. The lipstick she's applying is by Bésame Cosmetics. The travel lip brush she uses is by Bésame Cosmetics, too.

make-up products in tv shows

Feud E01 (Pilot)

One of the most striking elements of Jane Hudson's look is her make-up. Bette Davis (Susan Sarandon) invented it, taking inspiration from the concept of the "broken doll", so important in the aesthetic of the 1962 Robert Aldrich film Feud is based on. In the memoir This 'N That, Bette Davis explained she imagined Jane as… Continue reading Feud E01 (Pilot)