The long March is finally over! (Sorry, I couldn’t resist.) This past week, I finished two articles for The Doctor while I hung out at different Kettle Space co-working spaces. So far, I really like it. It’s a library-like vibe, so I’m more able to focus on getting work done, versus when I’m working from home.
A few exciting launches were announced this week. Ready?
First the important stuff. Urban Decay has announced the details of it’s Game of Thrones collection. Check it out below. I’m into the Mother of Dragons highlighter palette myself. It drops at select Macy’s and macys.com, Ulta and ulta.com, Sephora and sephora.com, and urbandecay.com on April 13.
Drew Barrymore’s brand is expanding into home decor. Flower Home is now available on walmart.com, jet.com, and hayneedle.com. I’ve always been a big fan of Drew, ever since Boys On the Side and The Wedding Singer. She seems fun and down-to-earth, yet quirky, like me. And she’s a pretty savvy businesswoman. With design ideas inspired by Barrymore’s own homes and travels, Flower Home is a great way to perk up your place without breaking the bank. You know me. I’m drooling over this vase. (WWD)
And remember last week, when Amazon announced it was getting into skin care with Belei, and Saks Off Fifth announced it was launching it’s own cosmetics line? This week, QVC announced it is also jumping on the in-house ‘brandwagon’, so to speak. The retailer is working with makeup artist Carmindy (from What Not to Wear) and Batallure Beauty to develop Carmindy Beauty, QVC’s first exclusive beauty brand. The line comprises 16 products, including makeup brushes. Look for it in September. (WWD)
And BTW, how cute are these cheek and eye palettes that look like license plates, courtesy of The Balm?
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