Dolce & Gabbana Secret Garden Collection the Lipstick in Love, the Lipgloss in Secret, the Lipstick in Romance and the Lipgloss in Bon Bon. Courtesy of Dolce & Gabbana

From Essie's pastel nails to Lancôme's Ultra Lavande collection and now Dolce & Gabbana's floral flirtations with lilac lip color, it looks like we're gearing up for a spring filled with lavender.

Meant to evoke the lush gardens of Sicily, the smattering of cheerful violets, turquoise blues, poppies and pinks are cooled with a contrast of slate gray and smoky charcoal shadows. A sheer illuminating powder known as Eva is creamy in its bisque-like finish, while a metallic platinum nail lacquer lends the whole collection a modern feel.

"With Secret Garden, we wanted to provide a kind of privileged information -- or secret formula -- for the women we love so much -- so she could effortlessly achieve that illusive look of intrigue that all women crave. As for the fabulous Illuminator, it was, of course, inspired by Scarlett," said Domenico Dolce, of the brand's choice of Johansson to play the enviable face of the campaign.

Dolce & Gabbana Secret Garden Collection the Eyeshadow Quad in Eden and the Eyeshadow Duo in Romance. Courtesy of Dolce & Gabbana

We hear the blonde bombshell will appear in ads in a sexy floral corset, grasping a daisy while lying on a white bed of lace. Because what else would you do after applying a collection of Dolce & Gabbana makeup to your face?

Iconic makeup artist Pat McGrath tells us the essential product for imparting the healthy glow that we all crave come springtime lies in the use of a sheer illuminating powder like Eva.

Dolce & Gabbana Secret Garden Collection the Illuminator in Eva and the Nail Lacquer in Platinum. Courtesy of Dolce & Gabbana

"The specially designed texture allows for it to be soft and creamy while in a powder form. The transparent and lightweight finish makes your skin look healthy and glowing," McGrath tells StyleList, adding that you can blend a fluffy brush of blush on the apples and upper bones of the cheeks, with a light sweep over the brow bone and bridge of nose.

Dolce & Gabbana Secret Garden Collection the Eyeliner in white and the Eyeliner in Lilac. Courtesy of Dolce & Gabbana

We're also loving the fancy gold packaging, which makes all the pretty pops of color look like delectable little candies to be unfolded and lavished over.

Look for the collection to debut this month -- most likely in a couple of weeks -- at Saks Fifth Avenue stores and online, with prices ranging from $20 for the Nail Lacquer in Platinum 90 to $30 for the Shine Lipsticks to $47 for the Illuminator in Eva.

Stefano Gabbana describes it as "the aura of romance -- the intoxicating wild flowers, the soft pastels."

We describe it as a piece of couture that you can actually afford.

Want more spring inspiration? Check out our complete backstage beauty and fashion trend coverage of New York's Spring 2011 Fashion Week.