When Mariah Carey was confirmed as the new judge on American Idol, it was only a matter of time before we heard about her big comeback and the big deals that would naturally ensue and true to form, they're already trickling in.
The singer is following in the footsteps of stars like Katy Perry and Nicki Minaj by collaborating with OPI on a range but unlike the others, Carey is working on not one but two lines. According to reports, the first range will feature eight Mariah-inspired shades (so that means pink) that will drop in January, followed the second collection, which will be unveiled later in 2013.
The Kardashians aren't the only ones that are launching a nail polish line. This week Giles Deacon let slip to Grazia that he is abut to launch into the world of nail lacquers too. So what can we expect? ,”You’re getting a good cross-section – not too classic, but quite fashion, and definitely things you’re going to get noticed with,” he told the magazine.
Talking about designers venturing into the world of beauty, anticipation continues to build in the run up to the release of Gareth Pugh's collaboration with MAC. This week the cosmetics giant hosted a party for the designer preparing for the big November release. Although both parties have been tight lipped about the collection, Pugh did reveal some minor details to Fashionista at the event. “If I was going to do something with MAC I wanted it to be something special, and quite specific,” he explained. “The collection is very all-encompassing and versatile. It has the scope to go to the extreme with it. You can really play around with it. I’d rather people do that than copy what we’ve done for the ad images.”