Nars’ Andy Warhol Collection: Must-See Palettes, Plus Lip Gloss In A Soup Can

Nars x Andy Warhol products

Nars x Andy Warhol Kiss Mini Larger Than Life Lip Gloss Coffret ($55) and Flowers eyeshadow palettes ($55 each).

Nars unveiled the first images of its Andy Warhol collection in WWD today (subscription required), and it’s a pretty big deal. Not only does the pop art-inspired lineup feature a ton of new shades and gorgeous palettes, it uses Warhol’s signature soup can to house five mini lip glosses. How cool is that?

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The collection will have two parts, with the first half launching October 1 exclusively at Sephora. That lineup will include a Debbie Harry Cheek and Eye Palette ($65), the aforementioned Kiss Mini Larger Than Life Lip Gloss Coffret ($55), a Walk on the Wild Side mini set ($39) and three Flowers eye shadow palettes ($55 each).

Nars Andy Warhol set

Left: The Sephora-exclusive Walk on the Wilde Side set features a silver illuminator, mini It nail polish and mini Orgasm Larger Than Life lip gloss ($39). Right: A compact printed with Warhol’s signature flowers.

The second part of the collection debuts November 1 in department and specialty stores, with four multi-product sets: Silver Factory ($200), Edie (named for Edie Sedgwick, $75), Beautiful Darling (for Candy Darling; $49) and a Photo Booth set of nail polish minis ($35).

Nars x Andy Warhol Debbie Harry Palette

Nars x Andy Warhol Debbie Harry Palette

Nars Andy Warhol Flowers palette

Nars x Andy Warhol Flowers palette ($55)

Nars Andy Warhol products

More products from the collection. Photo by George Chinsee, WWD.

 

 

Both the Sephora and the department store offerings will include a 16-item holiday color collection, with new nail polishes, eyeliner, brush, shadow pencils and lip glosses.

We have a feeling this collection will get more than 15 minutes in the spotlight, but not much longer: It’s all limited-edition.

What do you think of the products so far? Who would you like to see Nars collaborate with next?

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