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Kylie Jenner Adds a Nail Polish Collection to Her Beauty Brand

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t’s no secret Kylie Jenner has had her eye on building a comprehensive beauty brand. It started with her lipstick line, Lipkit by Kylie, and now the reality star is planning on releasing a limited edition nail polish collection in early March.

The 20-piece nail collection, entitled King Kylie Collection, will be created in collaboration with beauty brand SinfulColors. It is the first of three collections with SinfulColors, and the other two will hit stores in April and May.

Each of the jewel tone shades will sell for $2.99, which is a dollar more than the other colors by SinfulColors but still less expensive than most major nail brands.  In addition, the polishes will include SinfulColors two-step faux gel formula. Expect to see tutorials on her app that will demonstate the versatility of the polishes.

Jenner is the first celebrity to collaborate with the inexpensive brand.

“We are glad the next product with her name on it is SinfulColors,” Rahul Mehrotra, the brand’s general manager told WWD. “We think that this collaboration will energize the nail category by driving Millennial traffic to the store.”

Kendall Jenner Creates Eye Shadow palette for Estee Lauder

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The beauty business might just be a family affair when it comes to the Kardashian Klan. While Kylie has her lipstick and nail polish lines, Kendall Jenner is expanding her role as the face of Estée Lauder to include creating an eye shadow palette.

Jenner is the guest editor of their newest line, The Estée Edit. Being that the line was created with millennial consumer in mind, It Girl and top model Jenner is the perfect choice.

Jenner’s palette, The Estée Edit by Estée Lauder Eyeshadow Palette, includes 14 eye shadow shades. Adorned with Jenner’s signature, the palette includes effortless nudes, her favorite shade of purple, and the perfect gray-black for a smoky eye. The most exciting part of this new palette is the black light technology that enables two “transformer” shades that will glow in the dark under the right lighting.

Beauty News:Herieth Paul is the Newest Face of Maybelline

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Tanzanian beauty Herieth Paul is no newcomer to the fashion industry: she’s walked for DVF, Tom Ford, Armani, and 3.1 Phillip Lim to name a few. The model’s latest endeavor is lending her good looks to Maybelline as one of their newest faces:

Paul gushed about the role on Instagram stating, “This has been the hardest-kept secret of my entire life AND the highlight of my career. I am so honored & excited to announce that I am joining the Maybelline family!!!! I’m so grateful to be named a global spokesmodel for the world’s #1 cosmetics brand.”

I love the ensemble!

Kudos to Maybelline: we’re always here for a brand showcasing #blackgirlmagic! Paul is an absolute stunner and the choice couldn’t be more fitting.

CHILDREN ARE THE HOTTEST NEW ACCESSORY AT FASHION WEEK

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Julien Macdonald’s AW16 show yesterday included two children. [Photo: Rex]

Children on the front row is nothing new. North West’s graced numerous FROW’s in her time, Harper Beckham’s a permanent feature on her dad’s knee at Victoria’s bi-annual New York Fashion Week show and Tamara Ecclestone’s taken her daughter Sophia to a number of catwalk presentations. 

But, there seem to be more children than ever at Fashion Week now - both walking (or being carried) in shows and watching them. 

The adorable child models did a loop of the catwalk with an adult model guiding them. [Photo: Rex]

Julien Macdonald made a splash at his AW16 show at London Fashion Week yesterday when he included two (very angelic looking) kids in his grand finale.

His much-talked about show, held at the oh-so-grand gothic church One Mayfair, featured a dazzling array of womenswear. But it was the two youngsters who stole the show. 

At least, though, they were there for a reason. The British fashion designer is expanding into childrenswear and used the opportunity to give press and buyers a glimpse at what his Kardashian-inspired range would include. 

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A model hit headlines for walking the runway with a newborn baby at Gypsy Sport. [Photo: Rex]

And Macdonald isn’t the only designer to include children in his line-up. At NYFW show Gypsy Sport, a model took to the catwalk with a metal statement necklace and a newborn baby wrapped in a brown blanket as her accessories. 

Without a doubt, for autumn/winter 2016, infants have been upgraded from lap seats to spots on the runway itself.

There was a hint of this trend last season, when a number of Dolce & Gabbana models took to the catwalk in Milan with their children in tow.

Some 11 women and their children walked for the high-end label and the line-up even included a heavily pregnant model. But, like Julien Macdonald’s show, there was a reason for the underage additions. The entire SS16 collection was dedicated to mums to allow “fashion to be seen as an extension of where one comes from,” the show’s notes stated. 

North West accompanied her mum and aunts to the Yeezy Season 3 show in New York last week. [Photo: Rex]

Formula 1 heiress Tamara Ecclestone took her daughter Sophia to London Fashion Week last year. [Photo: Rex]

But for Gypsy Sport there seems to be no rhyme or reason why a baby was included.

It’s not just designers and celebs who are boasting youngsters at Fashion Week. More non-famous attendees than ever are taking their tots to watch fashion shows – even though they would surely rather spend their half term vegged out in front of the TV or out doing just about anything else. 

Let’s be honest: Watching models strut down a catwalk definitely isn’t a fun-filled activity for a schoolchild.

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