Jimmy Choo rolls out first makeup collection

Katie Nichol
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Jimmy Choo rolls out first makeup collection

Luxury accessories brand Jimmy Choo, whose beauty license is owned by Interparfums, has unveiled its first range of lipsticks and nail polishes.

Named the Seduction Collection, the range is comprised of ten shades for lips, eight nail colors as well as six fragrances: Iris Crush (also used to scent the lipsticks), Radiant Tuberose, Amber Kiss, Vanilla Love, Tempting Rose and I Want Oud.

The collection’s packaging design is characterized by the faceted glass bottles housing both the nail polish and fragrance references (Bormioli Luigi). The fragrance flacon features a gold anodized aluminum plate (TNT Global Manufacturing) engraved with the brand name. The plate affixed to the nail polish cap was particularly challenging, according to the supplier, due to its “ski” shape.

Both the fragrance and the lipstick are topped with a sphere-shaped zamak cap decorated via gold e-coating and donning a glitter finish, also the work of TNT Global Manufacturing. The supplier explains that the glitter texture, applied after injecting the components (including the collar on the nail polish bottle), was the result of a specially developed process.

Reboul (Aptar) supplied the lipstick mechanism and the bullet is stamped with Jimmy Choo’s JC monogram and the brand’s iconic python print.

The Jimmy Choo Seduction Collection launched exclusively at UK department store Harrods on March 2. The lipsticks retail at £50, the nail polish at £35 and the fragrance at £175.

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Lipstick tubeTNT Global Manufacturing

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Lipstick mechanismReboul

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Nail polish bottleBormioli Luigi

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Nail polish brushSorini

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Nail polish capTNT Global Manufacturing

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Fragrance bottleBormioli Luigi

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Fragrance capTNT Global Manufacturing

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Plates (fragrance, nail polish, lipstick)TNT Global Manufacturing

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