The luxury beauty market is a crowded space, so if you're going to join it, you'd better do it in a big way. And that's just what Burberry did with its first foray into color cosmetics. Designer Christopher Bailey explained how he delved into the brand's history, drawing inspiration from its iconic trenchcoats and check for everything from packaging to blush colors. The rich textures and understated hues make this line pleasurable to use and easy to wear. One thing we'd like to see for 2011: an expanded range of foundation shades, which would create a full-blown case of anglophilia on Team Bella.
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