First from the left, there's Royall Muske, a 1978 cologne by Royall Lyme Bermuda. Then there's a splash bottle by the English brand Creed. Unfortunately, the name of the fragrance is illegible. On the right, the bottle with red stopper is YSL Pour Homme, created by Raymond Chaillan and launched in 1971.
Sandra (Patricia Arquette) finds out the affair between her husband and a colleague by following them on a hidden retreat. She uses the mirror of Chanel compact foundation to see what's happening inside the house.