Dior In Bloom Spring 2013 Isetan Shinjuku Exclusive Color Collection (ディオール イン ブルーム 新宿伊勢丹限定カラーコレクション)
|January 11, 2013||Posted by peach_ under Collection Preview/Recap, Dior|
Dior In Bloom is a limited edition Spring 2013 collection made exclusively for the Isetan Shinjuku department store in Tokyo.
Inspired by blossoming spring flowers, the collection showcases soft pink, green, and lilac colors for the eyes, lips, and nails. The collection is available only at the Dior beauty boutique in Shinjuku Isetan. It launched on January 9th, just 2 days prior to Japan’s release of Dior’s main Spring 2013 Chérie Bow Collection.
The Dior In Bloom collection includes:
- 5-Couleurs Eyeshadow in #424 Bagatelle & #814 Favorite
- Dior Vernis Nail Lacquer in #258 Rosalba & #398 Frou Frou
- Dior Addict Lipstick in #251 Amulet & #461 Frivole
- Dior Addict Ultra-Gloss in #257 Pink Trench & #472 Bohemian Rose
5-Couleurs Eyeshadow 7,980 yen (~$90 USD)
Dior Vernis Nail Lacquers 3,150 yen (~$36 USD)
See overview of below polishes here.
Dior Addict Lipstick 3,780 yen (~$43 USD)
Dior Addict Ultra-Gloss 3,360 yen (~$38 USD)
Image via Fashion Headline
The collection can be purchased at Shinjuku Isetan or Isetan online (though eyeshadows and nail polishes are sold out.) Shinjuku Isetan is running Dior In Bloom events until January 15th, including makeup shows and a free manicure with a purchase of 10,000 yen or more. (More info on Isetan website.)
As of this writing, I couldn’t find information on availability outside of Japan. I don’t often post collection previews, but I’ve only seen information about it in Japanese, so I hope English-speakers in Japan find this helpful and get a chance to check out the collection. For those outside of Japan, sorry to be a tease! With a collection this large, it’s hard to believe it’ll only be available in one particular store in Japan; I really hope it’ll launch in other countries, too.
I’m interested in the two Vernis, especially the lavender Frou Frou! I haven’t gotten a chance to get them yet, so crossing my fingers that they’ll still be available.
What do you think of this collection? Did anything catch your interest?