Marchesa brings the runway to your fingertips with their nail line for Revlon
Introducing a collection of eight nail appliqué sets inspired by their exquisite creations.
A drop-dead red-carpet gown by Marchesa‘s coveted lineup might be out of reach, but designers Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig aren’t leaving anyone empty-handed. The two are now dressing up nails!
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Partnering with Revlon, they’re introducing a collection of eight nail appliqué sets inspired by their exquisite creations. “We even translated [signature] beading with relief detailing on the surface,” says Craig.
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We love how the duo’s amazing designs are mirrored perfectly on each set of decals, and the project had a hidden perk: “I’ve pledged to stop biting my nails,” she says, laughing. Find the Revlon by Marchesa 3-D Jewel Appliqués priced at $10 for a set of 18 at drugstores nationwide now!
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PHOTO: Courtesy Marchesa, Imaxtree, Brian Henn
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