Just before going to bed, Fabienne (Catherine Deneuve) gets a foot massage from Jacques (Christian Crahay). She's holding a bottle of Eau aromatisée de Fleurs d'Oranger by Christian Lenart.
Balenciaga There are two factice bottles by Marie's tub. One is Balenciaga Le Dix, the classic floral scent created by Francis Fabron and launched in 1947; the other, with the pink bottle with silver accents, is Cerruti 1881, a Claire Cain creation launched in 1995.
I have no idea what Catherine Deneuve was doing in a Hermès shop window in Paris, but I love this shot. Taken in the 1960s, it portrays the French actress barefoot, acting like a shop assistant who's taking a bag from the window for a customer. Among the objects displayed, a bottle of Calèche, one… Continue reading Catherine Deneuve and Hermès
Carol Ledoux (Catherine Deneuve) drops some Dior and Revlon nail polishes (vintage bottles) on the floor.
Guerlain Mitsouko perfume and Shalimar cologne in Séverine Serizy's bathroom.