For Holiday 2015, François Nars and Steven Klein come together with design legend Fabien Baron to create an exquisite fantasy played to extremes. The NARS Steven Klein Color Collection brings us a balance of bold colors with more wearable shades and consists of 13 limited edition products with two new formulas – Killer Shine Lip Gloss and Killer Shine Lipstick.

NARS Steve Klein Color Collection for Holiday 2015

NARS Cosmetics and Scottish designer Christopher Kane have been collaborating at Fashion Week since 2012 and their mutual passion for vivid colors amplified by unconventional creativity have now led to the Christopher Kane for NARS Collection – Neon Natural. The limited-edition collection includes 10 pieces for the eyes, lip and cheeks in unexpected shades and formulas inspired by the nature of neon and the nude shades that complement them. Eyes are enhanced with iridescent rose gold, pink lilac, and violet; cheeks flushed with soft beige or hot pink; and lips saturated in high-shine shades of neon pink and coral that subtly stain after the gloss is gone.

Christopher Kane for NARS Summer 2015 Collection
Christopher Kane for NARS Collection

NARS Spring 2015 Collection is the second act to “The Portraits by The Artist”, featuring Tilda Swinton and a selection of nude colors. Disrobed tones in spectral effects expose a new natural state. The look beings with a provocative pink shimmer on cheeks. The barely-there effect extends to eyes, where a bold beige base sets the stage for burnished neutrals with lucid depth. Lips are undone in tan pigments topped with a whisper of opalescent gloss.

NARS Spring 2015 Collection First Look
NARS Spring 2015 Collection

The first of the four campaigns shot by François Nars featuring British actress Tilda Swinton, NARS Eye-Opening Act Collection delivers captivating range and dimension for the eyes. The new Matte Velvet Shadow stick intensifies, while warm and cool eyeshadow palettes excite new depth for endless eye looks. The Illuminating Multiple brings light to shadow for eyes, lips and cheeks. The multi-purpose glow stick heightens the scene at every twist with a new light-reflecting formula of sheer brilliance.

Tilda Swinton in NARS The Portraits by The Artist