The Victoria Beckham vibe is endlessly intriguing. She feels like a living enigma, staying mum on her business until she pops up with something new, thoughtful and deeply chic — whether a Beckham Target collab, or an Estee Lauder collection that sells out immediately. More on that second one, because it's literally back for mor. Following up on her 2016 collaboration with the brand, Victoria Beckham's new collection for Estee Lauder is launching soon, and it includes some classic hits, and a few fresh items from the stylish celeb.
Beckham's first Estee Lauder collection was a masterclass in sultry, sunset hues, basically sold with everything but a yacht. The designer told Vogue that the endgame was "to make women feel empowered, to feel sexy and confident," and that shines through on the revamp. Making a comeback (fitting for the famously unfaltering star) are the Morning Aura Illuminating Creme, Bronzer in Java Sun and Highlighter in Modern Mercury. Smokey eyes go hand in hand with Beckham's bronzed palette, so the eye products likewise shone; get ready for the Eye Kajal Duo in Black Saffron and Vanille, Eye Ink in Black Myrrh, Eye Foil in Blonde Gold, and Eye Metals Eyeshadow in Bitter Clove on the second go-round.
Pricing details aren't out yet, but based on the first collection we have some intel. The Modern Mercury Highlighter was $65, for example, while the lipsticks were $45. The collection will drop in March on esteelauder.com and Net-A-Porter in the US, and esteelauder.ca in Canada.
The returning Daylight Edition Light Box is exclusive to the UK, but the product newcomers more than make up for it for US shoppers.
Amp up your sunset-everywhere glow with the new bronzer in Saffron Sun, and finish off the modern sixties vibe with the new lipstick in Nude Spice Matte, a pink nude.
The packaging plays off that luxurious sixties ambience, with sleek black encasements adding a darker spin on Estée Lauder's traditional look.
Gorgeous on the face, but that presence on the vanity can't be overstated. Posh Spice knows her aesthetics.
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