OPI Teams Up with Gwen Stefani for New Nail Polish Collection

Gwen Stefani has teamed up with OPI for a new nail polish collection hitting stores in January! 

The rock starlet has a lot of great things to celebrate: new baby on the way, two fab fashion lines, and now new nail lacquers. We love that Gwen is rolling the beauty dice, don't you? Ms. Stefani's signature looks with her platinum hair, red lipstick and flawless skin are always on point. So, we expect Gwen's forthcoming range of limited-edition shades to be amazing The Love.Angel.Music.Baby is a matte gold with satin sheen, and 4 in the Morning, a dramatic satin black, is a "hit at after parties." Also included is the deep toned blackberry shade, I Sing in Color and Hey Baby, a bright pink lacquer. And a holographic silver glitter shade, dubbed True Stefani Fashion, also made it into the range.  

Over & Over A-Gwen, a red hue to rival Stefani's perma-rouge pout, will be sold as a boxed set with Swarovski black crystals, silver, gold, pewter studs, and nail glue. 

OPI has come up with a great tagline for the line's promotional campaign: "Standout color with breakthrough finishes."

But behind the great line of lacquers are some great ideas and inspiration. Loving the 2013 Met Gala's "Punk: Chaos to Couture" theme, OPI wanted to create a collection that celebrated "the role of music as a major influence in fashion." And Stefani was their obvious choice for the collaboration.

"Gwen uses beauty to accessorize her style," said OPI's Executive VP and Artistic Director Suzi Weiss-Fischmann. "OPI wanted to create a collection as dramatic, diverse, and glamorous as its namesake."

Individual polish colors will retail for $9 and are expected to arrive at Dillard's, JCPenney, ULTA and other retailers in early January 2014. 

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