Brit boy designer Christopher Kane’s collaboration with Lancome Juicy Tubes prove what beauty editors have always known and fashion editors would like to deny – that make up and fashion go hand in hand. That’s because the fashion editors want to be the girls with all the complimentary Chanel handbags. Enough though of our stylish sisters…….Plenty of designers turn their hand to make up (as well as the obligatory cash cow – fragrance) – Sophie Albou with the stunning Paul & Joe Sparkles range, Sonja Rykiel (only available in Asia, though), Anna Sui (USA only, sigh…). Christopher Kane’s stamp on Juicy is representative of his travels around the world with each of eight glosses featuring a sixties-meets-noughties sketch. However, have to take slight exception to the flowery wording on the press release…..Red Hot New York for example comes with the blurb: It can be worn day or night to complement the busy lifestyleof the city’s career women. Huh? Surely there’s something – anything – more to be said about New York gals, other than that they are a bit busy.

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