There are several bottles on the bathroom shelf in Thomas’ studio.
The dark green bottle on the far left is the atomiser of Rochas Moustache eau de cologne. This fougère fragrance, created by Edmond Roudnitska, was launched in 1949.
Behind Moustache there’s a tall bottle with red stopper: it’s Eau de Quinine hair tonic by Pinaud.
The most intriguing bottle sits on the far right side of the shelf: it’s the one made of frosted glass and with gold stopper.
It’s Lenthéric Onyx cologne, launched in 1964 and now discontinued.
There are two perfume bottles in Valentina’s bathroom.
The one in the background is the eau de toilette version of Femme by Marcel Rochas, housed in a beautiful white spray bottle with black lace details.
The other is a huge flacon montre by Guerlain, containing Shalimar eau de cologne.
This beautiful picture of Monica Vitti was taken by photographer Rodrigo Pais on August 1st, 1961 in Rome: the Italian actress was on the set of Michelangelo Antonioni’s L’eclisse.
My attention was caught by the square glass bottle sitting on the left of her dressing table. It’s an Atkinsons cologne, very popular in Italy. I’m not sure if it’s English Lavender or Gold Medal, though.
I’ve also spotted another popular drugstore beauty product, Roberts rosewater. You may remember the same bottle was seen in a film starring Vitti, Modesty Blaise (1966) by Joseph Losey.
Carven Robe d’un soir perfume in Vittoria’s bedroom.