There are two perfumes on Courtney’s bedside table: the tall bottle with black stopper is Oscar by Oscar de la Renta, a white floral fragrance created by Jean-Louis Sieuzac in 1977; the round pink bottle is 1881 by Cerruti, created by Claire Cain in 1995. As the Fragrantica user Boudoir commented, the Cerruti perfume is historically inaccurate, because the film is set in 1987.
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Patrick Bateman’s bathroom cabinet is definitely one of the best ever featured in the history of cinema. He’s a psychotic narcissist who spends a great deal of time and money to take care of his physical appearance. No wonder that the selection of perfumes and hair, skin and body products is very refined and luxurious.
On the middle shelf of his cabinet there are Caron Eaux de Caron Pure perfume and Yves Saint Laurent Pour Homme perfume. The other products are L’Occitane Spray Coiffant (now discontinued), Phytoplage sun protection oil (old packaging) and Phyto Men Eau Vigoureuse body splash (now discontinued). The white jar – by L’Occitane – presumably contains a face cream or a mask.
On the bottom shelf there are three Phyto Men products and another perfume – Pour un Homme by Caron.
On the top shelf there are two deodorants – Oscar de la Renta Pour Lui and Yves Saint Laurent Pour Homme. A bottle of Pour Lui eau de toilette can be seen on the far left of the picture.
We are also given access to Patrick’s shower, so we can see he uses Yves Saint Laurent Pour Homme all-over shower gel and L’Occitane Eau de Contadour body and hair shower gel.
More L’Occitane products in the shower: there’s a bottle of milk shower cream (old packaging) and two shampoos – Shampooing Eclat and Shampooing Nourissant (now discontinued).