There are two interesting beauty products on Lily’s mirrored vanity.
First, the trademark purple bottle of Mugler Alien, an amber woody creation by Dominique Ropion and Laurent Bruyere launched in 2005. The character is very much into space exploration and aliens, protagonists of the erotic comics she draws. So it’s not surprising to see the Alien perfume in her bedroom.
The tall bottle with orange stopper is Rimmel London Wake Me Up liquid foundation.
Thanks to Alessandra for the screencap and Alien id.
Arabella (Michaela Coel) and her friend Terry are back to Ego Death, the London bar where the protagonist’s story starts. The scene above is set in the bar toilet; right behind Arabella there’s a table with some perfume bottles on it. Unfortunately there’s not a clear shot of it, because it would have been interesting to see what perfumes were selected and made available to the customers for a quick spraying.
Two bottles (the first and second from the left) can be identified, though. The first is Dior Fahrenheit, the creation by Jean-Louis Sieuzac and Michel Almairac that has become a unisex favourite since its launch in 1988. The second is Alien by Thierry Mugler, a white floral (jasmine!) perfume created by Laurent Bruyère and Dominique Ropion and launched in 2005.
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