Review, Before, After Photos: Dior Anselm Reyle Limited Edition Makeup Palette And Vernis Nail Polishes For Saks
German contemporary artist Anselm Reyle has created a limited edition collection for Dior exclusively at Saks. Joseph Johnson, the Dior Show Artist who travels the country spent some time with me. He also transformed my personal artistry “Before” into his Anselm Reyle for Dior “After.”
What fun we had playing with all of the delightful colors in the camo palette with the signature Dior Cannage pattern along the mirror.
The palette consists of a camo pattern of purple, silver-gray tones and black and all can be worn lightly for the day and then layered for the night. Each palette is numbered and once they are gone, they are truly gone as they are limited edition products.
There are also five custom Anselm Reyle- for Dior Vernis nail polishes that compliment the palette. I was lucky enough to witness celeb manicurist, Tracylee work her magic on many adoring clients.
She offered three Anselm Reyle-inspired manicure looks and each one was unique and fabulous looking.
The Anselm Reyle for Dior installation will be showcased in six Fifth Avenue windows and manicurists are on hand up until January 11th only. The palette is $ 110.00 and is numbered and the Anselm Reyle for Dior Vernis polishes are $ 22.00 each. Available at Saks.com.
While you’re there, please visit the House of Dior’s collection of Anselm Reyle for Dior handbags, scarves and other accessories. All GORGEOUS. All fun colors with the Dior cannage pattern (you will feel like you’re seeing a Pop Art exhibit at the MoMA). So you better run, don’t walk while they’re still in stock.
So tell us, what do you think of the collection? Post a comment below to let us know.
- Nicole Gordon Levine
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