Hit rewind. This summer, Deborah Lippmann is taking us back to the 80’s, where pop ruled and rock rolled. Her Summer 2014 Collection is an ode to the decade: six vivid crème shades radiate a full burst of energy and maximum color.
Revive the 80’s with these chart-topping shades: Walking On Sunshine, a lively luminous lemon previewed at the Kate Spade Spring 2014 New York fashion show in the cap-toe-shoe-inspired nail look, Whip It, a perky pink punch, Don’t Stop Believin’, a righteous red-orange, Video Killed The Radio Star, a bombdiggity blue, She Drives Me Crazy, a tantalizing teal tease, and Maniac, an electropop purple. Paint them on as you belt out your favorite 80’s hits.
|Don’t Stop Believin’
Righteous red-orange (créme)
Electropop purple (créme)
|She Drives Me Crazy
Tantalizing teal tease (créme)
|Video Killed The Radio Star
Bombdiggity blue (créme)
|Walking On Sunshine
Lively luminous lemon (créme)
Perky pink punch (créme)
Deborah Lippmann Summer 2014 80s Rewind collection is available now at DeborahLippmann.com and CUSP by Neiman Marcus and coming soon to Nordstrom.com and Sephora.com. Deborah Lippmann créme nail polish retails for $18/ea for a .5oz bottle.
I’ve been dying to get my hands on Walking On Sunshine ever since I spotted it in pictures from NYFW. I swear, for at least six months during 1985, that’s the song I woke up to every single day. I’m also excited to see She Drives Me Crazy and Maniac.
Which shades intrigue you the most? Do any of these polish names bring back fond 80s memories?Disclosure: Affiliate links appear in this post. When you purchase through an affiliate link, you help support this site. For more info view my Disclosure Policy.