perfumes in photography

Belles Filles, 1977

Belles Filles is a photoshoot by Guy Bourdin released in 1977. Some distinctive elements of the French photographer's style are present in the picture above - the dreamy atmosphere, satin clothes, high heels - along with a beautiful set of famous perfumes. The first of the perfumes on the washbasin is Chanel No. 5, originally… Continue reading Belles Filles, 1977

perfumes in tv shows, vintage beauty products

Gli amici di Milano (1963)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qFVfMB4m7mk Franca Valeri is one of the most popular and talented Italian actresses. I've always loved her irony, her poised glamour and nonconformity. Imagine my delight when I found this clip from a 1963 tv documentary: the camera goes along the famous via Montenapoleone in Milan, and Franca (born in Milan) comments. The windows of a perfume… Continue reading Gli amici di Milano (1963)

perfumes in tv shows

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel S01E05 (Doink)

While Midge Maisel (Rachel Brosnahan) is walking through the beauty department at B. Altman, we get a glimpse of two factice bottles. The tallest one is Rochas Madame Rochas; the one with the squared black stopper is an eau by Lanvin (it could be either Arpege or My Sin).

perfumes in tv shows

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel S01E05 (Doink)

While Mary (Erin Darke) and Midge (Rachel Brosnahan) are walking through the beauty department, some perfume bottles can be seen on the counter on the left: they're Madame Rochas by Rochas (created by Guy Robert in 1960) and a flacon abeilles dorées by Guerlain.

haircare in movies, perfumes in movies

Austenland (2013)

Miss Elizabeth Charming (Jennifer Coolidge) has got a very busy dressing table. I've spotted L'Oreal Elnett Very Volume hairspray and Rochas Madame Rochas perfume on it. The perfume, first launched in 1960, was created by Guy Robert: it's a woody/floral scent and includes notes of bergamot, iris, jasmine, tuberose, sandalwood, oakmoss and tonka beans. Screencap source.