Eriko receives some gifts from Lavera: among them, some tubes of body wash with organic lime and verbena.
There’s a Diptyque Baies box on a glass shelf in Limi’s bathroom, a space which features mosaics on the walls and a gorgeous flamingo wallpaper.
When Limi is reunited with her lover Tamio (Tadanobu Asano), we can see that the Diptyque candles by the washbasin are Baies (two of them), Roses and another one which I can’t identify because the front label is not visible. From the colour of the wax I think it could be Opopanax.
The compact mirror that fashion photographer Limi Nara (Miki Nakatani) uses to apply her lipstick is by Paul & Joe.
Thanks to Hillary, the lovely curator of the one and only Makeup Museum, for the id.
From a first, quick glimpse at Limi’s dressing table in E03, the only perfume that stands out is J’Adore, the 1999 Calice Becker creation for Dior, but there’s more.
Thankfully in E09 we get it! On the left side of Limi’s table there’s a Lalique Clairfontaine bottle with the beautiful lily-of-the-valley stopper.
The white box contains a bottle of Christian Louboutin nail polish.
J’Adore makes another appearance, along with Chanel No. 5.
The lovely apple-shaped bottle of Lolita Lempicka can be seen on Limi’s table, too. This is not a surprising choice, because this fruity gourmand fragrance, created by Annick Menardo and launched in 1997, suits the photographer’s personality.
The purple balloon bottle next to Lolita Lempicka is Lanvin Éclat d’Arpège, created by Karine Dubreuil and launched in 2002.
Last, there’s a box of Guerlain Météorites powder pearls.
Thanks to missanneiv for first telling me about this show.