L’ORÉAL PARIS AND CAMILA CABELLO UNVEIL NEW MAKEUP COLLABORATION: HAVANA (PRNewsfoto/L’Oréal Paris)

Singer-songwriter Camila Cabello’s love of Havana extends well-beyond her music.  Havana is now the name and inspiration behind a new L’Oréal Paris fourteen-piece limited-edition makeup collaboration, launching on July 15 exclusively at Ulta.comDesigned by Cabello, the capsule features natural-looking, universally-appealing shades with vibrant packaging.   Included are two Havana Sun-Lit Bronzers, three shades of Havana Gotta Give BrowHavana Flash Liner, four Havana Lip Dews, and four Havana Eye Shadows.  The collection, which retails between $9.99 – $14.99, embodies Cabello’s everyday approach to makeup – effortless and glowing – with a playful mix of wearable colors suitable for all skin tones.

“I am extremely proud and excited about the Havana collection,” says Cabello. “I wanted to create products that not only I would personally wear, but that would work well across various skin tones. For me, looking and feeling my best helps fuel my confidence and I hope to inspire other people to feel the same.” Read more of this story »

CAMILA CABELLO RETURNS TO HAVANA!


Paris’ Le Grand Musée du Parfum closed its doors for the last time over the weekend.  Described as a “world of sensory experience, emotion, and enjoyment, offering an original, educational, entertaining, and immersive experience,” the elegant townhouse at 73 Faubourg Saint-Honoré (also known as Moreau-Nélaton) offered visitors an innovative, three-part sensory tour including:  perfume stories and histories, sensory immersion, and the art of the perfumer.  Funded in part by International Flavors and Fragrances, the museum opened in December of 2016.  Providing no reason for its closure, its website simply says, “permanently closed.”

AU REVOIR TO GRAND MUSÉE DU PARFUM


courtesy image: Richard Quinn x Liberty London

British designer, Richard Quinn, is collaborating with London’s famed Liberty London department store on a summer capsule collection which includes thirty printed accessories.  Inspired by the retailer’s vast collection (45,000) of vintage prints, the emerging designer chose prints from the 60’s, 70’s, and 90’s.  This is not, however, the first Liberty/Quinn collaboration.  In 2017 Quinn used Liberty fabrics for his graduate show, and in 2018 the retailer hosted Quinn’s runway debut.  Liberty London has recently produced a sleepwear collection with singer Florence Welch.  A portion of the Liberty London x Richard Quinn collection is currently available on-line.

EVERYTHINGS COMING UP ROSES!