New from NARS: Vintage Nail Polish Collection

NARS has once again rolled out some stunners from eras past: Their new Vintage Nail Polish Collection! Five shades, resurrected by popular demand, with NARS’ signature longwearing formula. Imparting an initial high gloss that is water- and detergent-resistant, these vintage polishes are being brought out from the archives for a limited time. With classic cinema as their common theme, below are the shades (with original launch dates), their descriptions and the movies that inspired them.
Mash (1996)
Army green infused with gold
The comedy about the staff of a Korean War field hospital using humor to keep their sanity in the face of war. The film inspired the TV series M*A*S*H. You know how I feel about M*A*S*H. But I want this shade in my life.
King Kong (1996)
Copper brown infused with gold
A classic movie about the infamous giant ape who becomes smitten with beauty
Midnight Express (1996)
Deep navy
The 1970s film for an inmate’s opportunity to escape from prison
Zulu (1996)
Forest green
A British war movie starring Stanley Baker and Michael Caine, directed by Cy Endfield in 1964
Full Metal Jacket (1998)
Gunmetal grey
An epic Vietnam War movie directed by Stanley Kubrick in 1987

Quintessential for fall, the seasonal height of the fashion year, the Vintage Nail Polishes will be available as of October 1st for $16 each at narscosmetics.com. Will you cave? 


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