with inspo from debbie harry and nyx cosmetics
by: jackie yaeger
August 21 2014
The Curator: Jackie Yaeger Special Projects Manager
The News: Johnny Depp and his Daughter will Star in a new Kevin Smith Horror Comedy
Yes, it's true, the Blow and Cry-Baby star Johnny Depp is acting alongside his daughter Lily-Rose Depp (who will be making her acting debut) in Kevin Smith's new film. The horror-slash-comedy titled Yoga Hosers comes out next year. It's hard to imagine a movie made up of the same stuff that Clerks and the modern Willy Wonka brought to the big screen, but we'll just have to see how Lily-Rose adds to the (we think) interesting combo.
The Look: White Nails and Tons of Rings
You can thank totally awsome jewlery brand Vanessa Mooney for this look, which posted on on the @vanessamooney Instagram account two days ago. I just love this style that features all-white nails (already one of my fave manis) with seriously cool rings (and tons of them, especially ones with sparkle). Something about this photo gives me both a classic princess feel and a rebel fashion feel--AKA the perfect combo.
The Face: Nyx Glam Lipstick Aqua Luxe
I hate wearing more than one product on my lips. Lots of beauty experts insist that to get the ultimate look, you'll need at least one liner, at least one base coat, and at least one gloss. That's why I'm kind of obsessing over Nyx Glam Lipstick Aqua Luxe. The lipstick base provides the rich, pigmented color you'd expect from the awesome makeup brand, while the the concentrated sparkle gives just enough shimmer without using a sticky gloss.
The Inspiration: Debbie Harry
Because why wouldn't you take inspiration from a total badass frontwoman, and Andy Warhol muse, and a Studio 54 regular? I could spend hours looking at photos of Debbie Harry from the '80s on Tumblr and find inspiration for the rest of my life.
The Song: "Submarine" - The Drums
I know The Drums have a new record coming out this September, but until it officially drops, I'm happy to stream their older tracks like "Submarine" off of 2009's Summertime!--especially when this song feels like it's about letting go of summer. Maybe we don't have to let it go just yet, but if we're being honest here, I'm ready for sweater weather.