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April 17 2014

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7 posts tagged "The Hunger Games"

Gucci: The Constant Gardener; Makeup Tips From The Hunger Games; And More…

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Gucci is having a garden party. In March, the brand will launch the Flora Garden, an extension of its hit Flora scent that includes a collection of five fragrances, each of which embodies a blossom depicted on an iconic Gucci scarf designed by Vittorio Accornero for Princess Grace in the Sixties. Abbey Lee Kershaw stars as the face of the range. [WWD]

Chloë Moretz wasn’t the only starlet sporting a noteworthy manicure at Jason Wu’s Target collection fête last night. Blake Live opted for a chunky gold glitter polish that she wore alone in a clear base. [Hollywood Life]

The Hunger Games’ blockbuster film premiere is just a short 55 days away but super fans of the series might be excited to know how on-set makeup artist Ve Neill got Katniss rugged and ready for her opening ceremonies scene—whatever that means (full disclosure: we still haven’t gotten into the books but it sounds like we’ve got three months to make some moves). [Allure]

Photo: Courtesy of Gucci

First Look: Gaga-Inspired Holiday Nails; L’Oréal Fêtes Four Decades Of Being “Worth It”; And More…

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As part of Barneys’ Twelve Days of Gaga holiday celebration, the New York retailer is previewing limited-edition products, one day at a time, on a newly launched microsite. Today’s edition: bejeweled flame press-on nails handmade by nail artist Naomi Yasuda. In a word, hot. [Gagasworkshop.com]

Looking for the perfect gift for the fragrance obsessive on your list? Two new books full of perfume prose should do the trick. [NYT]

This year, L’Oréal celebrates 40 years of its “because you’re worth it” campaign, which the brand and its many acolytes say still provides a “necessary validation” for women worldwide. [WWD]

New pictures from the set of next year’s highly anticipated movie adaptation of The Hunger Games have emerged, showing Elizabeth Banks in her character Effie Trinket’s signature cotton candy coif. And you know what? Banks looks good in pink. [People]

Photo: Courtesy of Barney’s