Dior Holiday 2019 Collection - Happy 2020
Release Date + About the Launch
To celebrate the most wonderful time of the year, Peter Philips drew inspiration from fireworks to create a vibrant “Happy 2020” collection. In keeping with the season, the gold shimmer and glitter dazzle alongside fuchsia pinks, greens, and yellows, combined to create evening looks that stand out from the crowd.
Products in the Launch
Happy 2020 5 Couleurs Palette, $63.00 (Limited Edition)
- Celebrate in Gold An irresistible harmony of white, silver and black around a bright gold shade and a glittery brown
- Party in Colours (007) A range of vibrant colours around a silver shade, perfect for shimmering holiday makeup
Diorific Happy 2020 Lipstick, $38.00 (Limited Edition)
Diorific, the legendary accessory with an Haute Couture finish, the signature of Dior glamour housed in a golden “jewel” case. Four new shimmering, festive shades. A unique formula for rich shades with a luminous, long-wearing sparkling finish.
- Charm (068) Sweet, antique pink
- Dream (067) Fascinating mauve
- Delight (069) Vivid pink coral
- Passion (066) Intense radiant red
Rouge Dior Happy 2020, $38.00 (Limited Edition)
- Red Smile (080) Bright red, satin finish
- Feel Good (520) Vibrant pink, satin finish
- Classic Matte (772) Rosewood, matte finish
- 999 Iconic red, satin finish
Rouge Dior Couture Collection, $175.00 (Limited Edition)
This limited-edition Rouge Dior coffret features the Jewel Edition of the Rouge Dior 999 lipstick, along with 5 refills in emblematic Dior shades to celebrate all facets of femininity.
Diorshow Liquid Mono, $30.00 (Limited Edition)
- Fireworks (080) Transparent sparkling veil
- Silver Flakes (060) Captivating bright silver
- Gold Twinkle (540) Glittering magic gold
- Copper Sparks (650) Dazzling copper
Diorific Vernis, $29.00 (Limited Edition)
- Happy 2020 (001) Sparkling multi-colored glitter
- Passion (766) Intense and glamorous red
- Dream (677) Irresistibly deep purple
- Charm (449) Sweet luminous pink
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I don’t know about anyone else but I’m not seeing “white, silver and black” in that Celebrate in Gold 5-pan (okay, maybe the black…). And perhaps it’s me and the image I have of Dior but that photo of the model just doesn’t have the “look” of timeless elegance that I tend to associate with Dior.
Yeah I was like where is the white and silver?? I do like the look of the model- maybe looks like an exaggerated 20s or. 30s movie star look. I like that it’s editorial while still keeping that Dior “luxe” element.
The holiday collection train is getting to be neverending! And now, Dior. It looks interesting, if nothing else. More colorful than what I think of when I think about Dior, but this isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Just peculiar.
This looks like a very fun collection. I like the Happy 2020 palettes, and sparkling lipsticks and the purple nail color. I also like the promo pic.
When does this come out? I can’t find it on the websites listed.
It’s already available – Saks, Neiman Marcus, Belk, etc. have it!
The Bay (Canada) had 10% off $75 cosmetics purchase for beauty week last weekend. I ordered the topcoat nail polish (the past couple of years it either didn’t come in or was sold out in a flash) and the rosewood lipstick. I do want to see the swatches for the eyeshadow palettes and the sparkly lipsticks in the fancy gold tube. The holiday stuff is slowly trickling in.
Fingers crossed for a good review on the party palette. I’ve never purchased a Dior shadow and this might be a fun time to try it out. I’m looking forward to seeing the Liquid Mono. That sounds interesting!
I’ve been waiting for this collection! I want the bright eye shadow palette and maybe a sparkling lip stick. Not feeling the models makeup though.
Wow, look at that colorful shadow quint! I’ve never seen that from Dior. And also eyeing the sparkly lipsticks, they remind me of MAC’s holiday ones
Every year I pick up one of the LE Holiday palettes from Dior. It is usually a Christmas gift to myself. I get along well with Dior shadows. I was immediately drawn to the Party In Colours palette but I have purchased quite a few of these shades recently so I don’t need these. I am okay with the other palette but again, these shades have been done. I guess I will have to wait and see swatches to determine if there is anything unique and how they perform on the eye before making a decision. Love the black and silver lipstick cases and will definitely be getting one of those.
The model image really reminds me of a poorly done Pat McGrath imitation at this point — the placement of shadow, the gold, the sequins. That being said, the 2020 palette has super fun colors, but I feel like people will own it long after 2020 and wouldn’t want the year printed in the powder in 2021 and beyond.
I like that Dior is doing artsy lipstick cases like Louboutin – something you’d expect from a luxury brand. The shape is so funny though, I’m not sure I like it haha.
Also, I know the production timeline is probably totally different, but this is SOOO different from Dior’s S/S 2020 runway collection in terms of sustainability/eco-consciousness messaging. For the collection, they used trees as the “runway” set that were to be planted in France after the show was over, and they integrated ephemeral wildflowers into garments with couture techniques. It would be SO cool if luxury brands took a cue from innovative ethically-minded and sustainability-focused beauty brands and put that couture-esque/luxury touch to it!
It’s so true that using that kind of theme can help public awareness of environmental and ethical concerns. And at the same time, it’s too bad that the way companies seem to go about that is to once again deploy and uproot nature and cart it around to decorate human activities, rather than supporting the restoration of the earth, habitats and biodiversity directly. There is also the concern that the kinds of trees used for the purpose are ones that contain and exude pesticides which kill pollinators, like bees. So that even replanting them is not that good. A recent tree planting done in L.A. was of those chemically dangerous types of trees unfortunately. So we have a far way to go.
I don’t know. This looks like a gorgeous release to me. The color stories are up my alley. I just wish I could find some of this stuff online.
Gold, brown and black – hmmm – not exactly new shades. And the model’s eye look, dare I say it’s overdone?