There’s the iconic dove-topped bottle of Nina Ricci L’air du temps on Karen’s dresser. This classic floral/spicy fragrance, created by Francis Fabron, was launched in 1948.
Next to it there’s another iconic bottle – the flacon chauve souris of Guerlain Shalimar, one of the most famous creations by Jacques Guerlain, launched in 1925.
On the right side of the dresser there’s a white bottle: the stopper has a gold band, which indicates it’s a Chanel body lotion, possibly No. 5 or No. 19.