MOSCHINO x SEPHORA Collection Launches for Fall 2017


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Since 2013 Jeremy Scott, the creative director behind Moschino, has created chic, covetable designs in fashion while maintaining his independent spirit. In partnership with Sephora, the Los Angeles based designer now brings his design aesthetic to beauty like never before. This limited-edition collaboration unites the playful essence of Moschino with the beauty expertise of Sephora. Each of these makeup essentials and travel-ready accessories features exclusive colors inspired by the mood and feeling of Moschino. Only at Sephora.

August 18th online, August 17th in-stores

Moschino + Sephora Eyeshadow Palette, $48.00 (Limited Edition)

This limited-edition palette is beautifully packaged featuring the coveted gold Moschino Toy exterior. The palette comes complete with a mirror and look book featuring four makeup tutorials inspired by the Moschino runway collections. This collaboration unites the playful essence of Moschino with the beauty expertise of Sephora. This set contains:

  • 21 x 0.042 oz/ 1.24 mL Eyeshadows in Kisses, Adore, Deep Sea, Twilight Blue, Fort Knox, Mesmerized, Barely Bear, Bound Brown, Moon Dust, Magic, Fantasy, Angel Wings, Pixie Dust, Prairie Flower, Palace, Spun Gold, Night Life, A*t*tude, Pennys From Heaven, Clay, Fleur.

Moschino + Sephora Bear Highlighter, $22.00 (Limited Edition)

This limited-edition highlighter compact features the iconic gold bear face and was created to stand out as a piece of makeup history in shades that can be worn alone or together for dimensional highlight on eyes and face.

Moschino + Sephora Bear Lip Gloss Chain, $32.00 (Limited Edition)

This lip set includes six shades that represent all of the cities that are held near and dear to Moschino’s heart. Now you can wear them next to yours with a 24 karat gold plated TOY necklace. Each offers new kind of luxury for lips: soft, smooth, lip-hugging texture, with intense shine, free of any tacky feeling. This set contains:

  • 6 x 0.049 oz/ 1.4 g Lip Gloss in Soho (deep burgundy), Milano (true, luxurious red), Hollywood (guilded copper), Miami (hot pink), Paris Pink (subtle pink), Malibu (blushing nude), plus Lip Gloss Chain

Moschino + Sephora Shopping Bag Eyeshadow Palette, $18.00 (Limited Edition)

This limited-edition palette is beautifully packaged featuring the iconic Moschino bag design. The metallic and matte shades deliver a lasting, high-impact, velvet finish and crease-proof wear. The perfect on-the-go palette contains six shades in matte and satin finishes, and comes complete with a look book featuring three makeup tutorials inspired by the Moschino collections. This set contains:

  • 6 x 0.042 oz/ 1.2 g Matte and Satin Eyeshadows in Pixie Dust, Angel Wings, Bound Brown, Cloud Crossing, Clay, Kisses

Moschino + Sephora Bear Brush Set, $54.00 (Limited Edition)

These five essential brushes offer everything you need for a complete look in one set. The all-over face brush is ideal for pressed powders or powder foundations. The semi-dense synthetic fibers blend and buff the powders over the face quickly and effortlessly. The cheek brush features a soft domed shape that perfectly dusts the cheeks with choice pigments, and blends seamlessly. The highlight brush offers precise application of cream products and transitions into a blending tool for the perfect highlighted effect. The all-over shadow brush offers easy blending and color-building. The crease brush is for use with the all-over shadow brush to blend pigments into the hood and crease of the eye seamlessly for a flawless effect.

Moschino + Sephora Bear Eye Mask, $20.00 (Limited Edition)

The iconic Moschino Teddy sleep mask is your perfect sleep accessory. Its soft faux fur is comfortable on the eyes as it blocks out the light for better sleep.

Moschino Toy Eau de Toilette, $89.00 (Limited Edition)

The Moschino TOY fragrance was inspired by the whimsical creative director Jeremy Scott. The light, woody fragrance opens with notes of citrusy bergamot and mandarin, which open to a woody floral heart of magnolia, juniper berries, and the sweet spice of cardamom. In the base fig and woody notes ground the fragrance.

The Teddy bear is one of the many ironic and iconic symbols of Moschino. The fragrance itself is revealed when you take off the Bear’s Head.









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KatD Avatar

Can someone talk me ouit of the eyeshadow palette? I own the OG Spectrum, Full Spectrum and some nudes. Am warm toned. There’s no swatches and I want it but m not sure about the quality.

Kameika Avatar

This isn’t the best talking you out of the palette. From Head to Toe on youtube just did a review on this collection, the swatches she did look unbelievable. She called the blues and purples warm toned, but that’s not possible blue and purple are cool toned, but they can be rich, vibrant or bright in color.

Sk Avatar

Blues and purples can be warm toned…even Christine says warm toned blue and cool toned blue in her reviews. Reds can be cool toned as well. Orange based red is warm toned, blue based red is cool toned. Blue based purple is cool toned, red based purple is warm toned.

Lena Avatar

At first i was not at all intrigues by any of this (the large palette for example seems super impractical to store), but the little highlighter seems kind of cute. Do you happen to know if this collection is cruelty free? I know Sephora brand is not. I have been making an effort to buy only cruelty free makeup in the last year.

Summer_Breeze Avatar

I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this Moschino/Sephora collection! I was going to buy this Bear Eyeshadow Palette sight unseen, but they don’t have it in stock yet! I was up at 1 am PST waiting for it to show up, but no joy! 🙁

Ji Hea Avatar

That Moschino Toy fragrance has actually been out for a few years already, so it shouldn’t be too hard to find a sample on ebay if you want to test out the fragrance before buying it. I remember because I seriously considered getting it just for the packaging when it first came out! I eventually talked myself out of it though 🙂

lee Avatar

Thank you for letting me know! Moschino fragrances can be difficult to track down in Canada so I hope to see this make an appearance at least at Sephora for me to test out before committing, I’m a sucker for interesting fragrance bottles unless it’s a generic floral chances are high I’m grabbing one 🙂

Lucie Avatar

I am usually not one to get suckered in just on packaging (it helps, but I can usually resist unless I am head over heels in love with the entire product). I really want the brushes and perfume (I’m a sucker for cardamom scents). I’m lucky these weren’t actually available when I went online today.

Oh, except the sleep mask was available.

And yes, I bought it. I mean, come on. Look how adorable!

kjh Avatar

Big kawaii factor here. Let’s hope S is not totally depending on that for sales…that the product bears up.? Sorry, had to. As a person that kept a Nars Spendor in the Grass packaging (dead girl on the grass that offended many) guess kawaii is not my thing.

Jcz Avatar

I don’t mind cute makeup sets (like those old Pupa kits), but I really don’t like this ‘infantilizing’ of makeup for adult consumers. Like Disney princesses, or Beauty and the Beast palettes. I don’t know if teddy bears are a Moschino thing or not, but they’re just silly, particularly at that price point.

Seraphine Avatar

Jcz, I agree 100% about infantalizing makeup for adult consumers when it comes to these products. Though the actual product inside might be great, the packaging belongs in a Claire’s store. I just don’t get the way the makeup industry is looking at women these days, with makeup packaged in teddy bears and palettes with names like Prissy Princess and Basic B***.

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