You Can Already Buy the Nail Polish from Chanel's Couture Show

Theoretically we've passed the dreaded Blue Monday (the longest day of the year), but if you've stepped outside recently you know that spring is still pretty far away. You can now pretend it isn't, though, because Chanel's new spring colors--including the hue worn by the models at yesterday's couture show--are available now.
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Theoretically we've passed the dreaded Blue Monday (the longest day of the year), but if you've stepped outside recently you know that spring is still pretty far away. You can now pretend it isn't, though, because Chanel's new spring colors--including the hue worn by the models at yesterday's couture show--are available now.
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Theoretically we've passed the dreaded Blue Monday (the longest day of the year), but if you've stepped outside recently you know that spring is still pretty far away. You can now pretend it isn't, though, because Chanel's new spring colors--including the hue worn by the models at yesterday's couture show--are available now.

Chanel may have dabbled in nail art and French manicures at recent runway shows, but this collection is beyond ladylike. Classic is the new trendy.

The colors (from L-R) are Emprise, a neutral coral that models also wore during yesterday's Chanel couture show--while we don't really recommend the heavy eye makeup for real life, this color is the perfect spring neutral. (It's nice that you can actually get this color right away--often Chanel uses colors for their runway shows that aren't available for several months, if ever.) Accessoire (a brick red) and Fracas (the girliest pink ever) round out the trio.

Nail polish spring is almost better than real spring.