MAC Jeremy Scott

Jeremy Scott Unveils a Music-Themed Collaboration with MAC Cosmetics

What do you get when you combine fashion, makeup, and music? One of the hottest collaborations around, of course! Moschino designer Jeremy Scott just revealed that he has partnered up with MAC Cosmetics for a limited-edition beauty range inspired by the colorful and vibrant music scene of the 80s and 90s.

“Coming your way: hi-fi, full-volume color by fashion’s most irreverent designer,” MAC shared on Instagram about this exciting new collab. “With a fanatical following of pop music’s biggest icons, @ItsJeremyScott provokes and pushes into culture’s outer limits!”

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“SO EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE THAT I HAVE CREATED WITH M•A•C A BOOMBOX SHAPED EYESHADOW PALETTE CONSISTING OF 29 SHADES, A LIP PALETTE SHAPED LIKE A TAPE CASSETTE WITH A MIRROR, AND A LIL SOMETHING FOR THE CHEEKS IN THE FORM OF A CD!” Jeremy excitedly announced on his Instagram, debuting our first look at the product line.

We love the clever packaging of the MAC Jeremy Scott line. A mixtape? A boombox? Genius! We’re sure it will be one of the beauty brand’s most memorable collaborations ever, even on that note alone. But we are also seriously impressed with the wide color range the designer is giving us here.

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“I wanted people to be able to experiment and inspire them to try something new because they already have their wheelhouse here. I’m not against taking an eyeshadow and putting it on your lips as a lipstick. I think, honestly, true beauty is confidence and it comes from you feeling like, ‘I feel good,’” Jeremy shared. “So if white eyeshadow on your lips is what makes you feel good, then you look guh-ud!”

This collection preview already has us feeling good – like that excited feeling you get when your favorite song unexpectedly starts playing on the radio.

The MAC Jeremy Scott collection will drop online and in stores starting on February 8, 2018.

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