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.
In the screencaps above a bottle of Cerruti 1881 can be seen. The floral powdery perfume, launched in 1995, was created by Claire Cain.
There are two perfumes on Courtney’s bedside table: the tall bottle with black stopper is Oscar by Oscar de la Renta, a white floral fragrance created by Jean-Louis Sieuzac in 1977; the round pink bottle is 1881 by Cerruti, created by Claire Cain in 1995. As the Fragrantica user Boudoir commented, the Cerruti perfume is historically inaccurate, because the film is set in 1987.
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