Stranger Things S01E01 (The Vanishing of Will Byers)

The yellow pump bottle in Jim Hopper’s bathroom is Revlon Jean Naté liquid soap. Before being bought by Revlon, the Jean Naté Company launched its perfume in 1935: according to Fragrantica, it includes “citrus, floral and spicy notes, such as lavender, jasmine, rose, carnation, lily of the valley, cedar, tonka bean, musk and sandalwood.” Picture source. Continue reading Stranger Things S01E01 (The Vanishing of Will Byers)

Stranger Things S01E03 (Holly, Jolly)

When Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) visits Nancy’s room, a pink bottle can be seen on her chest of drawers. A pink bottle with a human face painted on it. It’s Avon Miss Lollypop cologne mist, which here appears sans white hat. This fragrance for girls was launched in 1967: according to the reviews I’ve read, it was a gourmand perfume, smelling like candy. Picture source. Continue reading Stranger Things S01E03 (Holly, Jolly)