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The Inspiration: Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, and Veruschka, 1994.
2016 may be the year of the lip, but red is the color of the season thanks to Luca Pica’s first Chanel collection. Chanel Rouge Allure Velvet Lipstick in Rouge Charnel, $37, chanel.com.
Go soft-focus with this Miracle Broth-infused finishing powder. La Mer The Powder, $95, lamer.com (available in October).
Enviable texture starts in the shower (wave sprays are so last season). R+Co Cactus Texturizing Shampoo, $24, randco.com.
Three noses escaped corporate perfumery to create their own scents, complete with their fridge-friendly magnetic visage on the bottle. Duchaufour’s woodsy take on perfumers gone wild includes notes like bergamot and driftwood that will help ease you into fall. Project Renegades Eau de Toilette, $210, luckyscent.com.
Minimize pollution’s free radical damage with more than vitamins C or E. This mattifying serum brings the full-spectrum of antioxidants, collagen and elastin-boosting peptides, and hyaluronic acid to protect and hydrate. Demarché Labs Biorewind AM Serum, $95, sephora.com (available in September).
Active caviar water means you can skip the heavy creams without skimping on efficacy. La Prairie Skin Caviar Essence-in-Lotion, $240, laprairie.com.
When the king of hair launches his first dry shampoo, you can bet it will be a fit for every shade. The translucent starch blend does the trick. Oribe Gold Lust Dry Shampoo, $44, oribe.com (available in September).
This ergonomic design means you can paint your face with the same ease that you glide (and click) your computer mouse. Artis Palm Brush, $65, artisbrush.com.
Demarcation lines be damned. Don’t mix shades, make your own. Lancôme Le Teint Particulier Custom Made Makeup, $80, lancome-usa.com (available at select Nordstrom locations).