It's not even August, but the new Lippmann Collection Autumn colors are already available online. The four Fall shades are bold, rich in color, and perfectly fine to wear even before the weather cools down. The polishes are formulated to dry quickly and are made with green tea extract and proteins to keep your nails strong and shiny.
Deborah Lippmann is once again inspired by pop culture, and she named these new shades after popular songs. My favorite of the group is Pump Up The Jam, a dark and edgy shimmery metallic aubergine that contains flecks of iridescent gold. For a description of each of the colors, the songs that they were inspired by, and for close-up individual product shots, read more.
- Stop and Stare is a true red shade that doesn't contain any shimmer. It's not too blue and not too orange. Also, here's a fun fact: it was named after OneRepublic’s song.
- Pump Up the Jam is nothing short of superfly. Keep an eye out for this trend-setting color to pop up everywhere next season. The shade is named after Technotronic's dance-party song, to which I spazzed out on the dance floor in fifth grade.
- Rhapsody in White is a pearly, opaque white that has a hint of 60's mod flair. It was named after a song by Barry White's Love Unlimited Orchestra.
- Fade to Black is an opaque jet black nail polish without shimmer that was actually worn in Zac Posen's Fall fashion show. It was named after the Dire Straits tune. So '80s!