If you don’t know Anthony Vaccarello as a designer, his aesthetic is graphic, symmetrical and shimmering, so although the Anthony Vaccarello Lancome Palette might seem like an 80’s remix with those vibrant blues, it does fit right in with his bold style.
The palette was used in his SS15 show and I think what’s really interesting about this is that Anthony Vaccarello is a young designer, and although established, not yet at the peak of his career, which gives us a clue to the change in Lancome’s thinking and perhaps an insight into what the future direction of the brand is.
Love it or loathe it – because I think with those shades, it’s definitely a Marmite product, it’s certainly directional. There are two other palettes – Golden Black and Green Fever, the most wearable of which is Golden Black, reflecting Vaccarello’s love of gold.
The Anthony Vaccarello Lancome Palette in Blue Mania, Green Fever and Golden Black launches on 14th October for £38 each.
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