Anthropologie Gets Lippy
Since beefing up its beauty offerings two years ago with a designated apothecary to house hard-to-come-by niche fragrances, a choice selection of makeup from brands like Julie Hewett and Lipstick Queen, and skincare from green-leaning greats like Tata Harper—not to mention a lion’s share of exclusive collaborations—Anthropologie has quickly become a go-to for beauty seekers looking for the road less traveled. This month, the brand breaks new ground with its first in-house lipstick line. Albeit, which is inspired by the glamour of eras gone by with a screen siren-appropriate gold bullet to match, features six different creamy shades of pout-perfecting, argan oil-infused pigment: Bisque is a soft, honeyed beige; Claret is a rose berry; Mauvette is a phenomenal nude; Peony is a medium, retro pink; Vermilion is the collection’s take on classic crimson with undertones of blue-violet; and Mulberry, our reigning fave, is a sheer blackberry stain. A transparent take on Fall’s favorite deep, dark bordeaux mouth, it’s an easy-wearing way to be on trend and still enjoy the finer things in life—you know, like eating, drinking, and indulging in conversation without the fear of your lipstick making moves.
Available late August 2012, www.anthropologie.com.