Lipsticks Shaped Like Lips? Why Olympia Le Tan's New Make-Up Collab Is The Most Fun

The whimsical Parisienne designer has joined forces with Lancome to create the most fun make-up collection ever.

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The woman behind those major clutch bags that might look like a vintage book you just casually picked up at the local antiques fair, but are actually seriously luxe embroidered minaudières - Olympia Le Tan - has worked her whimsical magic once again.

And this time, we can actually afford it.

Following her super cute Disney and Uniqlo collab, the A-list approved designer is making her debut foray into beauty. Which means we can finally get our hands on a piece of Olympia Le Tan's alt cartoon awesomeness without sacrificing lunch for a month.

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Teaming up with beauty powerhouse, and fellow Frenchies, Lancôme, the collection includes everything you'd expect from the tongue-in-cheek designer.

Speaking to fashionnetwork.com, General Manager of Lancôme International Françoise Lehmann said: 'Olympia Le-Tan designs combine poetry and joie de vivre. A bridge between different eras, they reflect the spirit of our time, celebrating the free and personal beauty of each woman - a take on happiness shared by Lancôme.'

So what's in the collection? We're talking a colour palette of Olympia Le Tan's signature purple, pink and red shades all packed into super pigmented eyeshadows and game-changing lip powders (we'll let you know how we get on with those) all secretly hiding in one of her iconic book clutches.

The best bit? Lip-shaped lipsticks.

A new rival for our love of Paul & Joe's cat-shaped bullets, these are lipsticks that come equipped with their own perfect pout. So meta...

Mimicking Le Tan's cartoon pout embellishment that regularly shimmies down its way down the runway, the lipsticks look like they're puckering up to give you a kiss of colour for your lips. Literally.

Currently, we don't know much more about the collab but watch this space for seriously cute make-up winging its way to you via First Class Eurostar.

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