Harry Villiers (Douglas Booth) is one of the members of the despicable Riot Club. He’s a self-centred prick but he knows perfumes. He smells Chanel Coco Mademoiselle on Rachel (Jessica Brown Findlay), who confirms that’s the perfume she’s wearing.
Havana Segrand (Julianne Moore) has got quite a perfume collection: the marble top of her dressing table is pretty busy.
On the left, there’s a bottle of Issey Miyake L’Eau d’Issey, the perfume “as clear as water spring” created by Jacques Cavallier in 1992.
There’s another perfume by Cavallier, the iconic corset-shaped bottle of Jean-Paul Gaultier Classique, a sweet powdery scent launched in 1993.
Two Prada bottles can be seen, too. One is Infusion de Fleur d’Oranger, launched in 2009, and the other is Candy, created by Daniela Andrier and launched in 2011.
There’s a bottle of Gucci by Gucci, a fruity fragrance created by Ilias Ermenidis in 2008.
Vivienne Westwood’s trademark globe encircled by a ring is the stopper of Boudoir, a chypre floral perfume created by Martin Gras and launched in 1998.
Last but not least, there are two versions of Chanel Coco Mademoiselle, the oriental woody fragrance created by Jacques Polge and launched in 2001 – the classic bottle and the twist-and-spray white and gold atomiser.
When the same dressing table appears in another scene, there are other two bottles on it.
One is the ring-shaped bottle of Boucheron Pour Femme, a white floral perfume created by Francis Deleamont and Jean-Pierre Bethouart in 1989.
The other one is the hot pink bottle of Creed Spring Flower, a fresh fruity and floral fragrance created for Audrey Hepburn by Olivier Creed (6th generation) and launched in 2006.
With the Red Devil killing spree still going strong, Chanel #5 (Abigail Breslin) and Chanel #3 (Billie Lourd) seal the pact of surviving Chanel Oberlin, the co-president of the Kappa House. In this scene, Chanel #3 is doing her pedicure, using Christian Louboutin Loubi nail care kit, which includes a nail primer and a nail gloss. On the marble counter, a Chanel blush compact can be seen.
There’s another Chanel product in the bathroom, just behind the wash-basin: a bottle of Coco Mademoiselle.
Thanks to Yaenii for the perfume sighting.
There’s a bottle of Chanel Coco Mademoiselle on Rae’s mom’s dressing table. This is historically inaccurate: the tv show is set in the 1990s, while the Chanel perfume was launched in 2001/2002. Unfortunately, this is not the only mistake done by the show’s prop master: you may remember Britney Spears Fantasy and Tom Ford For Men perfumes appeared on Chloe’s desk in an episode of the second season.
A reader of this blog (Cpt. Librarian: thanks!) spotted another perfume for me, the one with the white bottle and the pink flower-shaped stopper. It’s Pivoine by Yves Rocher, a scent which was launched in the 1990s. This is historically accurate, after all.