There are several perfumes in Debbie’s bedroom.
The first from the left is Bond No. 9 The Scent of Peace, a citrusy creation by Michel Almairac.
Then there’s Chanel Beige, from Les Exclusives de Chanel collection. It was created by Jacques Polge and presented in 2008.
The large spray bottle that resembles a ring is Boucheron pour femme by Boucheron, a floriental fragrance created by Francis Deleamont and Jean-Pierre Bethouart and launched in 1989.
Bond No. 9 Andy Warhol Lexington Avenue is from a collection dedicated to the American pop artist. Named after the street where Warhol first lived in New York, it is housed in a bottle decorated with shoe sketches by Warhol himself. Launched in 2008, this fragrance was created by Claude Dir.
Another perfume inspired by luxury jewellery is Cartier Panthère de Cartier, housed in a beautiful faceted bottle topped by a panther (symbol of the maison). Created by Alberto Morillas, this white floral scent by launched in 1986.
TokyoMilk No. 06 Dead Sexy is a woody fragrance with vanilla notes created by Margot Elena.
The two bottles on the far right are both by Jo Malone: one – decorated with flowers – is Peony & Moss cologne; the other is an indefinite cologne.
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