Before leaving Shy Baldwin’s wedding party, Susie (Alex Borstein) wants to get a gift bag but Miriam (Rachel Brosnahan) doesn’t agree because she thinks gift bags are “tacky”. She changes her mind when she realises the bags contain Chanel No. 5.
Susie ends up leaving with many gift bags!
What I find strange is that the only perfume bottle seen on the gift bag table is not Chanel No. 5 but Coco (see the black paper strip around the bottle neck). I would be curious to know why the prop masters didn’t use the perfume mentioned in the conversation but opted for a fragrance launched in 1984, decades after the time in which the tv show is set.
Hollywood Montrose (Meshach Taylor) works as a window dresser at the department store Prince & Company. He’s one of the few persons who are friendly with Jonathan (Andrew McCarthy). After being hired as shop boy, Jonathan will soon start working – exclusively at night – as window dresser. His displays will become hugely successful, much to Hollywood’s delight.
In the scene above, Hollywood is working on a perfume display which includes several factice bottles of famous perfumes from the 1980s.
First, Emanuel Ungaro Diva, created by Jacques Polge in 1983
Perry Ellis eau de parfum, launched in 1985
Chanel Coco, another Jacques Polge creation, launched in 1984And last, Giorgio Beverly Hills Giorgio for Men, launched in 1984.
Thanks to perfumes_marimichimoni on Instagram for the Perry Ellis id.
Monica (Frances O’ Connor) and Henry Swinton (Sam Robards) are getting ready to go to a party. She’s just worn her favourite perfume, which her husband loves.
David (Haley Joel Osment), a highly advanced robotic boy who’s staying with them, desperately wants to be loved: for this reason, he wears Monica’s perfume.
Unfortunately, he’s used all her Chanel Coco perfume, which is very hard to find in the future envisioned in the film.