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Heat (1995)

Justine (Diane Venora) is sitting at her vanity, getting ready to go out. There are many beauty products and perfumes on it, so let’s see what I have identified.

The tall bottle is Rochas Tocade, an amber floral fragrance created by Maurice Roucel and launched in 1994.

The bottle with the distinctive white stopper is Bijan Women eau de toilette, another amber floral fragrance: it was created by Peter Bohm and launched in 1986.

The tall bottle with gold stopper is another amber floral fragrance – Red by Giorgio Beverly Hills, created by Bob Aliano and launched in 1989.

At this point it’s clear Justine loves amber floral fragrances: her collection also includes Joop! Femme, created by Michel Almairac and launched in 1987.

There three perfume miniatures, too. One is a bottle of Van Cleef & Arpels First, a Jean-Claude Ellena creation launched in 1976.

Two miniatures are by Oscar de la Renta: the bottle with green stopper is Volupté, a floral green fragrance created by Sophia Grojsman and Nicholas Calderone and launched in 1992. The flower-topped bottle is Oscar, yet another amber floral perfume: it was created by Jean-Louis Sieuzac and launched in 1977.

Last, we get a quick glimpse of a beautiful glossy black and gold refillable atomiser of Chanel No. 5.

Thanks to CĂ©dric for the Giorgio Beverly Hills ID.

Pose S03E05 (Something Borrowed, Something Blue)

After much toiling and suffering, the big break arrives for Elektra (Dominique Jackson), who finally gets to live the dream of a lifetime – living in luxury. The perfumes on her elegant dressing table reinforce the idea.

Maybe a bit predictable, but a glossy black refillable atomiser of Chanel No. 5 never fails to impress.

The second fragrance, in the small black bottle, is much less mainstream. It’s the original version of Shiseido Zen eau de cologne, created by Josephine Catapano and first launched in 1964. The bottle, beautifully decorated by gold flowers, has an elegant shape, characteristic of Shiseido bottles from the 1960s/1990s.