Release Date: Currently Available
Availability: YSL, Nordstrom, Saks
Through LOOK NOËL, Lloyd Simmondspays tribute to the Yves Saint Laurenttuxedo, the absolute garment in a masculine / feminine wardrobe, enhanced by a satin sash, a velvet lapel, a bow-tie. In doing so, he has recreated a new palette of seduction, placing the emphasis on expression, on the force of an attitude.
For Holiday 2011, YSL is taking a darker perspective with its Look Noel Collection, which features blacks and silvers.
As far as I can tell, a few of the colors/items are available in some Asian countries and Europe, but not in the US and vice-versa. See more images, below!
Palette Noir Terriblement (£39.00 / $65.00) (Limited Edition)
- The black Tuxedo. Eye Shadow in 5 colors. 4 variations of black and a shimmering white in the middle. Black velvet, black silk, black moiré, black lamé, white satin, fabric turning into eye colors in the magic of an evening, where black is unveiled in a play on shadow and light.
Palette Blanc Terriblement (Limited Edition)
- The white tuxedo. The complexion illuminator palette. Shimmering silver, shimmering pink, shimmering violet. Three white hues delicately lit up with precious pearls, catching the light like a magnet to give an absolute glow effect.
Rouge Pur Couture (£22.50 / $30.00) (Limited Edition)
- Rose Fusain
- Pourpre Carmin
- Rouge Narcisse
- Rouge Vernis
- Rouge Deesse
- Rose Aphrodite
- Pourpre Divin
- Rouge Eros
Golden Gloss (£21.00 / $30.00) (Limited Edition)
- Sparkling Transparent White
- Sparking Snow White
- Sparkling Fuchsia
- White Gold Topaz
- White Gold Amethyst
Manucure Couture N°6Duo Terriblement Noir ($30.00) (Limited Edition)
- Two blacks. One matte and one glossy. An ultra-graphic feel for the season’s most radical, most “couture” duo. A reprise of the contrasts of powder texture and satin lapels, they are complementary to give an ultra-sophisticated, infinitely black finish.