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This New Colorful Beauty Line Is Made For Travel

Your favorite Johnathan Adler designs are now part of a Clinique beauty collaboration.
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Jonathan Adler and colorful design tend to go hand-in-hand—usually in the form of kaleidoscopic pottery and patterned throw pillows. However, Clinique recently tapped the iconic homeware designer for an unlikely project: A limited-edition beauty line inspired by glamorous travel.

Sporting Adler's signature patterns and color play, the collection includes a range of beauty products — from blush to lip color in a rainbow of shades — just as luxe as you would expect from Clinique. The color palette and designs capture the essence of some of Adler's favorite travel destinations: Palm Beach, Capri, and Santorini.

"The collection feels like a vacation," Adler says. "It's crisp, it's colorful, it's luminous, it's bright, and it's like a getaway to the most glamorous place you've ever imagined."

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Although the designer has ventured into bathroom toiletries before, this is his first-ever stint in makeup. But that doesn't mean he will stray from his design roots.

Inspired by Adler's own Globo Collection, a furniture line decorated with acrylic and brass domes, each product doubles as decor, looking just as glam on your bathroom counter as it does on your face. The range includes a vibrant array of lip colors and blushes, a pretty pink brush collection, an All About Shadow eyeshadow kit, and a sonic cleansing brush complete with its own art-deco-inspired travel case.

"This collaboration combines the bold, crisp design of Jonathan Adler with the simple luxury of Clinique to create a decorative upgrade to your vanity and your everyday," says Clinique's Global Brand President, Jane Lauder.

Shop the entire collection before it sells out—and we have no doubt it will!

From: ELLE Decor

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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