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MAC to Collaborate with Proenza Schouler

October 1, 2013

New color collection hits in April 2014.

The limited edition Proenza Schouler collection will feature Ombre Face Powders, Lipsticks, Pro Longwear Eye Liners and Lip Pencils, Nail Lacquers, and a 129SE Powder Brush. Inspired by one of Proenza Schouler's past collections, the collaboration packaging will be extremely unique. In-store and online globally in April 2014.
 
According to James Gager, creative director, senior vice president, M·A·C Cosmetics, "I have always respected Jack and Lazaro's keen vision and point of view. We've worked together backstage creating beauty looks for their runway shows for many years and  it has been fascinating to me watching them evolve. They have a very particular perspective on their makeup look each season. It has been a great experience collaborating with them to bring their beauty vision off the runway to our customers."
 
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