L'Wren says, "The first thing I thought of was that I wanted to do my signature red — my bordeaux . . . I would like to try to interpret a red lipstick that could be worn from day to night, and when you put the gloss on, it takes on a whole other life." Red not doing it for you? There's also a gray shadow quad and — the item we're most excited about — the metallic gray shade models wore at her Fashion Week runway show. Do you have designs on L'Wren's latest handiwork yourself?
If you love L'Wren Scott's sexy but ethereal design aesthetic, you'll be glad to know that she's the designer behind Lancôme's 2010 holiday collection. Created with Lancôme's Aaron De May, the collaboration centers on a classic red lipstick and gloss.