This Famous Chanel Polish Inspired A Collection

From accessories to makeup trends, '90s kids love throwing it back — and it turns out that designer brands do too! With grungy colors and stunning nail shades, Chanel's holiday makeup collection is based on the brand's iconic "Vamp" nail polish. The hue was first seen on the 1994 Chanel fall/winter runway and quickly became a cult favorite, but it's making an even bigger and better comeback this holiday season.

I'm a firm believer that all good makeup trends should stay alive forever, and the shade, which, according to The Cut, was originally known as Rouge Noir, is one of the best. This is much more than your typical nail color. It's been seen everywhere from Madonna's 1994 "Take A Bow" music video to Uma Thurman's manicure in Pulp Fiction. It's not wonder Vamp is still in style — despite the fact that Newsweek did declare it passé in a1996 article entitled "Pigments For A Post-Vamp Era." Not familiar with the redish-black hue? Then read up on its Wikipedia page. That's right — it's so fabulous that it has it's own profile.

Chanel's brand new limited-edition 20-piece makeup collection is centered around the legendary color, which is one part femme fatale, one part The Craft. The Vamp Attitude collection is all about feeling mysterious and rebellious at the same time. Think of it as Twilight meets American Horror Story meets high fashion.

Ranging from $27 for nail polish to $65 for an eyeshadow quad, this collection pulls together all the best fall colors into one fabulous assortment. The signature Vamp shade is offered as an eyeshadow as well as a polish and a lipstick.

If you're looking to Vamp-ify your holiday season, then you're in luck. The stunning colors are perfect for everything from apple picking to a festive holiday party.

You'll want to add this to your holiday wish list right away!

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Images: Pulp Fiction/Miramax (1), Chanel (3)