Isabel Marant is launching her first make-up collection with L’Oréal Paris. Just like her ready-to-wear collections, this make-up translates the effortless allure that defines Isabel Marant’s fashion into her most wanted beauty products to wear anywhere and use on-the-go.
This year, L’Oréal Paris is teaming up with French designer Isabel Marant for a makeup collection to create strong looks for liberated women.
Isabel Marant, who embodies the Parisian spirit par excellence, created her eponymous brand in 1994. Her pioneering and cosmopolitan spirit is reflected in her creations that embrace the diversity of beauty of different women all around the world.
From runway to real life, fashion and beauty are no strangers. L’Oréal Paris is making runway beauty accessible for everyone by establishing collaborations with high fashion houses. This year, they are collaborating with Isabel Marant. From the blaze of the catwalk to the rugged beauty of the street, Marant personifies feminist fashion and diversity. 😉
#Repost@lorealusa 😍 ・・・ Havana ooh-na-na. 🎶 Everyone's singing the praises of @camila_cabello's Havana Collection collaboration with @lorealmakeup. 🌺 “I wanted to create products that not only I would personally wear, but that would work well across various skin tones. For me, looking and feeling my best helps fuel my confidence and I hope to inspire other people to feel the same!" #CamilaXLoreal
Here's #lorealheritage shedding a little light on some of the original #influencers! In order to raise awareness about the importance of protecting your skin from the sun, Ambre Solaire models (dressed in the brand's signature colors 😉) would drive around the beaches in France in the 1950s and 60s, organizing games, handing out free samples, and giving beach-goers makeovers. 📸 La Tournée des plages des Miss Ambre Solaire, 1959
Are you having some #funinthesun this summer? ☀ Here's a little #lorealheritage funfact. Ambre Solaire by @garnierfr has been around for over 80 years. 😱 This was the first user-friendly bottle design released in 1935, giving sunbathers and beach-goers something to hold on to. 😉