nail polish in movies, perfumes in movies

To Catch a Thief (1955)

When John Robie (Cary Grant) visits the hotel suite where Frances and her mother Jessie live, some beauty products can be seen on different dressing tables. In the picture above, for example, there are a Revlon nail polish (see the elongated cap) and two perfumes by Lucien Lelong - Gardenia and Balalaika. On another dressing… Continue reading To Catch a Thief (1955)

nail polish in movies, perfumes in movies, vintage beauty products

Indiscreet (1958)

There are several perfumes and toiletries on Anna Kalman's dressing table. First, two bottles of Revlon nail polish, in the signature bottle with super-long cap handle. Now let's focus on the perfume bottles. At the centre of the table there's Jean Patou Joy, "the world's most expensive perfume" created in 1930 by Henri Alméras. Next… Continue reading Indiscreet (1958)