There are some interesting beauty products in Maria and Richard’s bathroom.
In the glass cabinet there’s a small bottle of Chanel No. 5, a Diptyque candle box and Chanel Démaquillant Yeux Intense gentle biphase eye make-up remover in its box.
On a shelf by the mirror there are other two Chanel products. One is Chanel Pour Monsieur eau de toilette, created by Henri Robert and launched in 1955; the other is Hydra Beauty camellia night mask.
When Nicole (Scarlett Johansson) first meets her soon-to-be lawyer Nora (Laura Dern), we can see a Diptyque candle on the metal table by the white leather sofa. Too far from us, though, so it’s still hard to tell what candle it is.
The mystery is solved thanks to a close-up: it’s the best-selling Baies, a sublime fragrance of rose leaves and blackcurrant berries!
In November 2016 Donatella Versace went to Dubai for the inauguration of Palazzo Versace. On Instagram she posted a picture of herself getting ready for the event.
Among haircare products and toiletries there’s a Diptyque Baies candle.
The British singer posted this picture on her Instagram account last October, while touring North America. On her dressing table there are a Diptyque candle (Figuier) and a hand-crafted candle holder with bakelite candle stand, the beautiful Photophore Côtes.
There’s a Diptyque Freesia candle in Nick and Alyssa’s bookshelf.
In 1994 the founder and frontman of Nine Inch Nails expressed his love for scented candles, which – according to him – were infinitely better than drugs.
Fast forward to 2014: Reznor was portrayed working in Atticus Ross’ studio. Guess what was sitting next to him… A Diptyque candle! Unfortunately, there’s no way to say what scent it was, but this is the evidence we needed (in case we needed it) that his passion for scented candles is definitely here to stay!
Thanks to the lovely girls of Diptyque Detectives for first posting about this.
In the closing scene of the episode, the British gourmet eats half a papaya and raspberries in her bathtub, surrounded by Diptyque Roses candles.
Thanks to Katherine for the id.
This picture of Lady GaGa backstage was taken by Terry Richardson on January 21st, 2013.
On the small table next to the Versace-clad huge sofa there’s a Diptyque candle, Figuier.
Chanel #5 (Abigail Breslin) wants to convince Jennifer to vote Zayday as new president of the KKT Sorority House, so as to bring Chanel Oberlin down. She reveals one of Chanel’s luxurious habits (burning Diptyque candles once and then throwing them away), promises all those candles to Jennifer, who obviously freaks out, ready to vote whomever she is asked to.
In Chanel’s closet there’s a number of candles, burnt once and then put aside. They’re not real Diptyque candles, but prop masters did a good job in reproducing the main features of the famous French candles – oval label, glass vase and names. None of the names (Iris, Lilac, Lily, 23) is the real name of a Diptyque candle, but they are reminiscent of them. 23 instead of 34? Nice try! Someone in the prop department has done his/her research.
There’s a Diptyque scented candle in Emma Recchi’s room. Judging from the front sticker’s lay-out, it should be Géranium Rosa.
More Diptyque candles appear later in the film – just before the final dinner party, in the kitchen and in the living room of Villa Recchi.