Introducing… Charlotte Tilbury & Norman Parkinson


It’s here, it’s finally arrived! Charlotte Tilbury’s new collaboration with iconic photographer Norman Parkinson has landed and we couldn’t be happier.

Norman Parkinson was one of the most well-known portrait and fashion photographer of the twentieth century, who captured almost every icon imaginable between 1930-80 – including Audrey Hepburn and Sophia Loren.

Parkinson’s work even donned the covers of Vogue many months over. And now, it’s been beautiful matched up with Charlotte Tilbury’s latest collection of make-up and accessories.

His gorgeous photography portrays the elegance and sophistication that is always so prominent through Charlotte’s ever popular make-up line, and is quite simply stunning.

The new collection brings us two key looks. The first, Miss 1975, a sun-kissed faced inspired by Jerry Hall’s first ever British Vogue cover, shot by Parkinson on Montego Bay, Jamaica. This look screams 70s holiday glamour and is the perfect accessory to this Summer’s 1970s trend. It includes a limited edition Film Star Bronze and Glow – Suntan and Sunlight, and a stunning Matte Revolution – 1975 Red lipstick.

The second look is the blushing Miss Kensington, which focuses on the youthful softness of the 1960s. It’s a typical English rose face, with nudes and pinks, fresh cheeks and golden eyes. This part of the range took it’s inspiration from the likes of Hepburn and Twiggy and is extremely pretty. The line includes Colour Of Youth – Lip & Cheek Colour and a soft Dreamy Glow Highlighter,

We are seriously smitten with this collaboration, it’s everything a make-up collection should be and more. It’s beautiful, elegant, and fabulously British.

You can shop the full range here. Have you tried the range? We’d love to know what you thought!

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