The dresser in the picture above is packed with perfume bottles. Among them, I’ve able to identify the following (from left to right):
Fabergé Tigress, launched in 1938. It’s the bottle with the fake fur stopper. Another bottle can be seen on the right, with the stopper with a different fur pattern.
Caron Bellodgia, created by Ernest Daltroff and launched in 1927. There are two bottles of this.
Bourjois Mais Oui, launched in 1938. There are two bottles with the signature fan-shaped stopper; one of them is in its open box.
Guerlain flacon bouchon coeur. Impossible to tell which fragrance it contained.
When Pola (Marilyn Monroe), Loco (Betty Grable) and Schatze (Lauren Bacall) go to a restaurant with their dates, they all meet in the powder room to share their impressions. Two Lanvin Arpège perfume bottles can be seen on a dressing table. Pola even puts on some perfume before leaving.
Later in the film, another boule bottle of the same perfume can be seen in Schatze’s bedroom.