The “bitch” of the movie title is Fontaine Khaled (Joan Collins), the fierce owner of a trendy disco. She loves living surrounded by luxury, so no surprise to see expensive perfumes in her bathroom.
The 400 ml bottle on the left is Hermès Calèche, a woody floral fragrance created by Guy Robert in 1961.
The refillable spray in the middle is Calèche again.
The glass bottle with the dark red stopper is Amazone, another classic Hèrmes perfume, created by Maurice Maurin in 1974.
Next to Amazone there’s another bottle of Calèche, the aérospray version. Amazone was marketed in aérospray version, too: the bottle is the same, but the metal details are silver, not gold.
Endless gratitude to The Scentimentalist, who pointed this beautiful perfume sighting out to me.
While Ben Cronin (Jesse Bradford) is searching Madison Bell’s bedroom, a tiny bottle of Hermès Amazone can be seen on her dresser. The perfume, created by Maurice Maurin and launched in 1974, drew inspiration from the mythological nation of all-female warriors who were said to live in Sarmatia (some storiographers placed them in Lybia or Anatolia). It’s a woody/green perfume with notes of galbanum, blackcurrant and oakmoss.