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A couple of weeks ago, we were excited to discover that beloved designer Jason Wu was collaborating with Lancôme to create a line of makeup, and now we have more than just a sneak peak: below are photos of every singe item from the 15-piece collection.
Marc Jacobs‘ Bleecker Street beauty store is officially open for business, but don’t go blowing your quarterly lipstick budget in one fell swoop – Jason Wu’s is out in September. The designer announced back in February that he was teaming up with Lancôme on a cosmetics line, joining the ranks of L’Wren Scott, Jenny Packham and Alber Elbaz by testing the waters of powders, palettes and polishes.
The upper echelons of fashion know all too well that any bash that toasts Lanvin’s Alber Elbaz is going to be one for the books, and they dress the part. Last night in Paris, the Le Trianon Theater became home to the Lancome Show by Alber Elbaz in celebration of the launch of the designer’s first beauty collection.
We love the sophistication of black lacquer packaging as much as the next cosmetics junkie, but sometimes a girl just needs a little something to brighten up a morning makeup routine. Enter Alber Elbaz’s whimsical new Lancôme makeup line, due to hit shelves worldwide June 15. We’ve got a sneak peek of the goods right here.
We all know the ins and outs of wardrobe staples — a plain white tee, dark denim, and a timeless LBD come to mind — but the same goes for beauty. We wanted to find out the must-have products that our favorite fashion insiders never leave home without: the go-to goodies that instantly put a pep in our most stylish friends’ steps. This week, designer Whitney Pozgay of WHIT reveals her favorite must-have eyeliner that never quits.
Emma Watson‘s Lancome commercial has been a long time coming, and we hate to admit we really don’t like it.
We first received word that Emma Watson was Lancôme’s new ambassadress back in March, and paparazzi snaps of her campaign (featuring new fragrance Trésor Midnight Rose) soon followed. Now, the first official Mario Testino-lensed photographs of the actor’s commercial for the brand are making the rounds of the internet.
The British Advertising Standards Authority has blocked a Lancome ad featuring Julia Roberts and a Maybelline ad with Christy Turlington from publication because of complaints the images look overly Photoshopped. The companies, which are both owned by L’Oreal, acknowledged retouching them, say the images aren’t unbelievable.
This morning, news broke out that everyone’s favorite teenage witch has inked a deal to become a brand ambassador for Lancome. But does choosing Emma Watson, who’s significantly younger than Lancome’s target customer, really make sense?
Our intense jealousy of and admiration for the entire Restoin-Roitfeld family continues today thanks to news of daughter Julia’s new ad for Lancome — and some juicy tidbits about the way she and brother Vladimir were raised.
The fashion industry has spent the last year obsessed with fashion bloggers. From BryanBoy to Tavi Gevinson, Fashion Toast to Sea of Shoes, plucky (and lucky) fashionistas with an internet connection have been courted and fawned upon by the high-heeled set. But even all four of those bold-faced names combined don’t have the influence and following of a makeup artist named Michelle Phan, who as of yesterday became the first female to hit 1 million subscribers on YouTube.