Saturday, July 16, 2011

China Glaze Metro Collection - Fall 2011

Yes, yes, this is press release info. And instead of posting the release verbatim I am going to talk about it because I want to start a discussion, darn it! So here we go!

The Metro Collection
Color names and descriptions are from the Press Release:
  • Skyscraper: A sparkling, glitter blue reminiscent of the sky over the city.
  • CG in the City: Glittering dusty purple, bronze and silver multi-tonal glitter, perfect for a pop of edge from West side to East side.
  • Urban-Night: Exactly what you need for a night on the town – rich purple crème.
  • Traffic Jam: Stop traffic with a breathtaking, raspberry pink crème.
  • City Siren: The perfect deep, red crème to match any outfit. 
  • Loft-y Ambitions: Burgundy shimmer and cocktail hour – nothing better.
  • Brownstone: Burnt terracotta crème mirrors the quaint townhouses of the city.
  • Midtown Magic: Burgundy base with flecks of gold shimmer captures the latest fashion trend.
  • Street Chic: This gorgeous beige crème is the perfect go to shade letting your clothes do the talking.
  • Concrete Catwalk: Steel grey crème is amazing for a chic mani.
  • Westside Warrior: For the trendsetting woman this camo green crème is to die for.
  • Trendsetter: Mustard yellow shimmer translates beautifully from hot dogs to nails.
I LOVE LOVE LOVE Fall colors! Every year, this is the time of year I look forward to the most so when I start getting information like this I sort of go a little nuts. From my understanding there are two collections: "Uptown" and "Downtown" (of course). And as usual I want colors from both of the collections. Don't you wish they'd make it easy and put all the cool ones in one collection? Well, "cool" is subjective, I guess so that doesn't work. How they did it is fine then.

But if I were to create my (fictional) "Midtown" collection of  6 I want they'd be the following:


CG in the City

Midtown Magic

Westside Warrior
And... Urban Night

    Which ones are you looking forward to?