MAC is teaming up with Ungaro's Esteban Cortazar for fall. It's the second "from the runway" collaboration for the make-up giant, after partnering with Alexander McQueen last year. (They don't count Heatherette because their make-up wasn't based on anything runway related.) The Ungaro colors, set to debut this fall, will feature a "softer palette of delicate shades of pinks, blues and lilacs" said MAC make-up artist Sharon Dowsett, "It's a colorful collection but very transparent so you don't have to worry about overdoing it." Sounds pretty, but we still don't understand limited edition designer make-up. Unless Pat McGrath's in your bathroom every morning, armed and ready with liquid eyeliner, you're not going to look like you walked off a Parisian runway, no matter whose designs inspired the color on your lids. Still, if we had our pick, we'd love to see someone partner with Luella - can you imagine the pink lipsticks and glitter eyeshadows?! Maybe Stila can give her a call once their Marchesa shades sell out?
MAC is teaming up with Ungaro's Esteban Cortazar for fall. It's the second "from the runway" collaboration for the make-up giant, after partnering wit