Urban Decay Naked 2 Palette
The Naked Palette by Urban Decay took over the internet via tweets, YouTube tutorials and reviews, sells more than one every minute, and remains (after two years on the market) the beauty industry’s best-selling palette! The most anticipated sequel since Empire Strikes Back, with shades ranging from the palest nude to the lewdest black, Urban Decay’s Naked2 palette takes full frontal to another level.
- Blackout Blackest black with matte finish (Repromote, not available individually)
- Booty Call Shimmery cork (New)
- Busted Deep brown with shimmery finish (New)
- Chopper Copper shimmer with silver micro glitter (Permanent)
- Foxy Cream bisque with matte finish (Repromote, not available individually)
- Half Baked Golden bronze with shimmery finish (Permanent)
- Pistol Light greyish brown with shimmery finish (New)
- Snake Bite Dark bronze shimmer with metallic base (New)
- Suspect Pale golden beige with shimmery finish (Repromote, not available individually)
- Tease Creamy pale brown with matte finish (New)
- Verve Oyster with shimmery finish (Repromote, not available individually)
- YDK Cool bronze shimmer with metallic base (Permanent)
- Naked Sheer shimmery pinky neutral (Lip Junkie) (Permanent)
- Good Karma Shadow/Crease Brush Dual-ended brush
availability: Now @ Urban Decay for $50; mid-to-late January for Sephora, Ulta, beauty.com, Macy’s; February 2012 for international
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Anselm Reyle for Dior Collection for Spring 2012
Christian Dior once worked as a gallerist and kept art close to his heart throughout his career as a visionary couturier. In tribute to this history, Dior has collaborated with German artist Anselm Reyle to create the limited edition Anselm Reyle for Dior Eyeshadow Palette ($110.00). This striking palette features a camouflage pattern in shades of silver, grey, charcoal and violet. In addition, there will be five limited edition Reyle-inspired shades of Dior Vernis ($23.00 each) available: Ultra Violet, Pink Graffiti, Electric Blue, Metallic Silver and Untitled Black.
Anselm Reyle was born in Tübingen, Germany in 1970 and currently lives and works in Berlin. Reyle’s stripe paintings are instantly recognizable as responses to the formalist vocabulary of Clement Greenberg that defined the art of the 1950s and 1960s. Reyle references iconic abstractionists ranging from Kenneth Noland to Otto Freundlich. Reyle’s “objets trouvés,” a reference to his multi-media installations that include sculpture and found neon lights, are in constant dialogue about the role of modernism today. He is one of few contemporary German painters examining the lessons of abstraction and their place in contemporary painting at a moment when figurative painting has gained critical momentum.
The palette and Vernis shades are part of a larger Anselm Reyle accessories collection—featuring bags, shoes, and jewelry—which will launch worldwide as well in January. Reyle immersed himself in the heart of Dior and was given cart blanche in the design process. He played with colors, shaking up the codes of the mythical Avenue Montaigne Couture House, which offered all its savoir-faire to serve its imagination.
“Most of my work builds on object that already exist, which I then transform. I applied the same philosophy.” — Anselm Reyle
availability: January 2012 at Saks Fifth Avenue and Dior.com. It will also be available at Dior Boutique Art Basel.