Makeup collections get their inspiration from just about everything–seasons, clothes, handbags, fabrics–and now the Lancôme 29 St. Honoré Fall 2011 Color Collection takes it’s inspiration from the original Parisian boutique.  Read on for more…

The Fall collection, which was created by Lancôme Artistic Director for Makeup Aaron De Mey, evokes a seductive color statement that captures the essence of 1940’s glamour.

In this collection you will find eye shadow palettes with tender brown and grey shades along with lip and nail shades dressed in red. These colors represent the true Parisian woman, an international model of elegance and sophistication.  It’s a gorgeous collection that you won’t want to miss out on.

The Lancôme 29 St. Honoré Fall 2011 Color Collection includes:

Blush Multilumière in Maison Lancôme  $40

This multi-color powder blush is embossed with a Parisian city scene, replicating the first “Maison Lancôme.”

Color Design 5 Pan Palettes $48

Two eye shadow palettes are available, Gris Fatale, which was used at L’Wren Scott’s Fall 2011 show and Golden Frenzy (not pictured).

Le French Touch Absolu Lipstick in Rouge St. Honoré  $29

This is the centerpiece of the collection; if you love a red lip, you won’t want to miss this lipstick.

Le Vernis Mini Nail Polish in Bang Bang Red and Noir (black) $15

The Lancôme 29 St. Honoré Fall 2011 Color Collection is available now at Lancôme counters nationwide and online at

Share Button