One of the opening scenes is set in the protagonist’s bathroom. He’s standing alone in front of the mirror, but he’s looking at the other side of the counter, where many beauty products are. A close-up on this side shows us that it used to be Helen’s, his dead wife.
In the central part of the counter I’ve spotted a bottle of Kiehl’s Creme de Corps, Marvis toothpaste in Cinnamon Mint and some Jo Malone perfumes.
There are other products around the washbasin, among which a small bottle of L’Occitane Verveine shower gel (old packaging) and a NARS lipstick.
There’s a Jo Malone home candle in Mary Haines’ kitchen.
Jo Malone scented candle in Allegra Rori Recchi’s living room.
Will (Jude Law) gives Oana (Vera Farmiga) a bottle of Jo Malone fragrance.
Earlier in the film, the same bottle can be seen on Liv’s (Robin Wright) dressing table. “That’s fucked up,” Oana tells Will when she finds out Liv uses it. “What man wants to be with a girl that smells like his wife?” Will doesn’t seem to care because he says he doesn’t want to be with Oana (she’s a prostitute but they’ve been actually talking all the time).
Jo Malone Red Roses bath oil, Vitamin E body balm, shower gel and body lotion in Jasmine’s bathroom.
Jo Malone and Dior Miss Dior perfumes, Chanel Précision skincare.