Everything you need to know about the Moschino x Tony Moly collab
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See all the pictures, pricing information and, of course, where you can buy the collection.
Triggering our K-beauty obsession, Tony Moly has teamed up with prolific Italian designer Moschino to make our purses just a little bit lighter. Beauty breaking-news Instagrammer, Trendmood, has given us a first look at the packaging, which is, unsurprisingly, gorgeous.
With a glamour-goes-punk kind of vibe, the collaboration has Moschino's signature black and gold packaging injected with the colourful playfulness that Tony Moly is best known for. Boasting studding and colourful motifs, this is a collection we want to get our hands on asap.
Even though the collaboration has been marketed as an Asian K-beauty exclusive, koreankiwibeauty.net currently has most of the collection in stock. The available products range in price from $21-$110 and include a supreme matte gel eyeliner, a moisturising cream, gold edition powder, three eyeshadow palettes and a range of lip products.
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What is in the collection?
As someone who refuses to buy any lip colour other than red, these lip products will definitely be the first thing in my cart. The Lip Market Matte Bar is a tint stick that you can also use to add a touch of colour to your cheeks, and it comes in three shades: Evening Hour, Brick Fatale and Maple Red. If liquid lip colour is more your vibe, the Chic Stay Tint comes in six vibrant shades ranging from red to pink and leaves a velvety effect.
The collection also incorporates items Moschino is well known for into its packaging. The two eight-shade Super Beam Eye Palettes are also phone cases that you can use on your smartphone, while the Soft Glam Eye Palette doubles as a purse.
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This is not the first collaboration Moschino has had this year. Teaming up with beauty giant, Sephora, the label co-designed a retro line with MAC cosmetics earlier in the year. The brand also collaborated with H&M for a sellout fashion capsule that launched in October.
Tony Moly is no stranger to collaborations either. The company has previously teamed up with K-Pop Group, Monsta X, to release a range of lip tints. In another collaboration, the brand showed off its quirky side by releasing a makeup line with Samyang's Spicy Chicken Ramen. The unusual collection included a Noodle Blusher and a foundation complete with a refill made to look like a sauce packet.
While it may not have been the first pick for many brands, Tony Moly's weird and adorable packaging and great skincare is the reason the brand has quickly risen to be one of the world's leading Korean beauty lines.