Up next, design duo DSquared².
"M.A.C. is all about personal expression and I think DSquared² is on the same trip – neither company takes things too seriously," says Dan Caten, one half of the twin team behind the Canadian label. "M.A.C. is a part of our family, we grew up with them. They've been so supportive of us and collaborating with them on this collection feels like the natural thing to do."
The DSquared² fall limited-edition line for M.A.C. -- in stores Sept. 28 -- will feature the products used to create the looks from the label's fall/winter Milan runway show. "It's kind of 'rock-on' makeup, but it's effortless and not overly done or perfect," says Dean Caten.
Think Hollywood starlets such as the Olsen twins and Lindsay Lohan, with dark eyes that glisten. "Young Hollywood is about that, they don't need to impress anyone, it's cooler than being too studied," says Dan Caten. "The same goes with the makeup; it isn't about being perfect."
Lipsticks, grease paint sticks, powder, brushes and more will range from $14 to $34.
But this isn't the only label working with a cosmetics brand -- check out this makeup/designer collaboration!