GLAM SCOOP: Kimora Lee Simmons Launches Skincare, Kim Kardashian Does Belle Noel Jewelry and Swastika Earrings Are Removed
Good evening, Glamazons! Thank the fashion gods it’s Friday! What glamorous plans do you have in store for this weekend? I’ll be working the weekend away. Stay tuned for our live coverage of The Golden Globe Awards on Sunday!
As usual, we have your daily dose of fashion and beauty news to get your weekend started off right! Let’s go!
Brooklyn Boutique Removes Swastika Earrings
Yesterday, we reported that a small jewelry boutique in Brooklyn was selling Swastika earrings to customers. Sideeye. After public outrage and an urge from one city councilman, the boutique has removed the earrings from its shelves. That would be the right move. [Styleite]
Kate Moss Brings Rimmel To The States
Kate Moss’ lipstick collection with beauty brand Rimmel was raved about sooo much that it will be making its way to the states this week. Amazeballs, right?! Will you be picking up a tube or two? [Elle]
Kim Kardashian Launching Belle Noel Jewelry
In Kardashian news, Kim will be launching her Belle Noir Jewelry line later this month, which she is also the face of…naturally. The new collection will contain armor-inspired rings, bangles, a wishbone necklace and more! The collection which can be seen HERE will be available exclusive on GlamHouse.com. Are you checking for it, Glamazons? [Fashion, etc.]
Fatima Siad for Herve Leger’s Spring 2012 Campaign
America’s Next Top Model alum Fatima Siad is brilliant in Herve Leger’s Spring 2012 campaign. Glamazons, doesn’t she look absolutely stunning in this ad? AND her skin is glowing so miraculously! Glamazons, what do you think of the campaign? [Beauty is Diverse]
Kimora Lee Simmons Launches a Skincare Line
Ever the bustling enterpreneur, Kimora Lee Simmons will be launching a new skincare line Shinto Clinical. Shinto Clinical, which will consist of nine pieces as its debut, fuses Eastern skincare traditions with ingredients including fish oil, omegas, pearl powder, Wakame kelp extract and beta glucan with Western skincare technological advances.
“This line is about their Eastern allure of diet and beautiful skin. It’s based on cultures that live from the sea. The Western [influence] is the medicine, the efficacy, the delivery and the clinical results. That’s why we call this Shinto Clinical; this is really a clinical range,” Kimora said.
Her sassy personality materializes in the witty product names like Pore It Out, the pore concealer and Watch Your Tone, the anti-age peptide toner. The line will debut February 24th on QVC and in Nordstrom and Fred Segal late February, early March. It will retail from $32 for a cleanser to $68 for an, ahem, skin-lightening product.
Are you checking for Kimora Lee Simmons’ skincare line? [WWD]
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