Inspired by the legendary fashion photographer, the latest Charlotte Tilbury make-up line is, quite simply, a must-have
This year's beauty collector's items, the limited edition range takes its cues from Norman Parkinson's masterful way with light and sense of colour: think everything you need to get ready for your close-up. From a Dreamy Glow Highlighter to Filmstar Bronze & Glow cream contouring palette, the products deliver a soft-focus, luminescent quality designed for all skin tones.
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Charlotte Tilbury has long been a fan of the iconic fashion photographer of the '30s through to '80s and his images make up her moodboard staples. For the collection, she was invited by Parkinson's grandson (also a close friend of the make-up maven) to visit the photographer's archive - a library of 750,000 negatives and 3000 original prints. The result? Some of his most evocative works reproduced in miniature on Charlotte Tilbury compacts, palettes and make-up bags so you can carry a precious piece of archival fashion photography in your beauty bag.
The images used include Jerry Hall's first Vogue cover shoot in 1975, styled by Grace Coddington and shot in Montego Bay, Jamaica, and never-before-published shots of Parkinson's greatest muse, his wife Wenda. The collection is available now from charlottetilbury.com/au.