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OPIs Russian Navy Shade Is The Hot Holiday Hue

December 4, 2007

Every season there is one nail polish shade that becomes the must-have hue for fashionistas all over the globe. The current beauty buzz is all about OPI’s Russian Navy, a deep indigo metallic color. Part of the season’s Russian Collection, the line was inspired by the aristocratic elegance of Russia’s past, according to the company. “Fall’s fashion runways were filled with sophisticated, grown-up style, influenced by the looks of the 1920s-1940s, with a polished, aristocratic overtone,” said Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, OPI executive vice president and artistic director. “For Fall 2007, dark blue is clearly the new black. We’re seeing blue in fashion and accessories—and nails. Russian Navy is edgy, elegant, and perfect for the season’s sophisticated styles. Salons are selling out of this extraordinary shade and reordering—it seems we’ve reached women with a daring color that they love wearing!”

More info: www.opi.com.
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