Many artist and creatives over the centuries have loved a muse. Muse – it sounds so good rolling off the tongue. And the great fashion houses and their legions of designers are no different.
Even today the creators of our beauty products and perfumes often turn to a muse for inspiration. The latest range from Givenchy called Acoustic Colours seizes the soul and spirit of its muse to great effect:
“For Autumn-Winter 2012, Acoustic Colours offers a score of magnetic and undulating colours on a harmonious stave of references. It is a show in which colours, lights and vibrations perform with an electric, rock ‘n’ roll energy. This score was partly inspired by Liv Tyler, my accomplice, who grew up in a world of sound and image. I asked her to colour her inner music that day. Pink. Natural. Two shades of Lively Pink for the lips. Music!”
– Nicolas Degennes, International Artistic Director
And the colours really do pack a punch. Le Prisme Yeux – Acoustic Quatuor No 80 Limited Edition for example is a powerfully textured palate of 4 colours opalescent black, pearlescent- pink plum, iced chestnut and golden light that used together creates some sparkling effects for the eyes.
You can create your own look and mood with these colours which contain Silicone it give the texture and powerful hold but that lets incandescent particles remain on the surface. A great blend of colour, drama and emotion. We had great fun creating some rock goddess looks of our own with some spectacular (yes and some funny) results. The lipsticks again come in some stand-out colours that again give subtle shine and translucency to the lips. The range allows you to be daring and create your own take on the style with some bold and unique colour combinations.
For more information please visit www.givenchybeauty.com