Girls Nail Polish Collection
Just in time for the second season of Girls comes news that Deborah Lippmann is planning a fab collection inspired by the hit HBO show.
Celebrity-inspired nail polish lines are like fragrances: Every celeb has one. Now, Lena Dunham and the gang from the hit HBO show Girls have their own nail polish collection — created by Deborah Lippmann — just in time for the show's second season.
Each color in the collection is inspired by a character on the show: The Hannah-inspired color is called "Hapless Hunter Green," while Marnie has "Prim and Proper Pink," Shoshanna has "Virtuous Vivid Violet" and Jessa's is called "Bohemian Burgundy."
It's a nice idea, but we can't imagine any of the die-hard hipster fans of the show will shell out $45 for the four-polish set. That cash would buy a lot of yellow mesh shirts and PBR.
Speaking of Girls, Dunham just posed for a Terry Richardson photo shoot slated for the new issue of V magazine, out Jan. 10. In the interview (via NY Magazine), the 26-year-old writer and director seems refreshingly humble.
On free clothes:
On setting low expectations:
The Girls-inspired nail polish collection by Deborah Lippmann is available now and will ship starting Jan. 15.
Will you rock Girls nail polish this winter?
Images courtesy of PNP/WENN.com and Deborah Lippmann
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