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Pat McGrath Labs x Supreme: Release details here



This is everything we know so far on Supreme's signature red hue by Pat McGrath Labs.

Now this is something nobody saw coming! One of our favourite luxury beauty brands is collaborating with one of our favourite luxury streetwear brands.

Pat McGrath Labs is dropping a MatteTrance hyper-pigmented lipstick in a new shade called "Supreme". And that's right, it was developed exclusively for Supreme Fall/Winter 2020.

The fiery red shade is obviously inspired by Supreme's signature red hue.

Let's talk about the formulation because it's something that Pat McGrath is known for. The limited edition lipstick will not be for the faint of heart. It's high intensity, featuring a pigmented matte formula that's also hydrating.

We're also loving the packaging because it's the perfect mix of both brands. You've got Pat McGrath's signature lips, wrapped in Supreme's iconic block logo.

Why are we so excited about this collaboration? This isn't Supreme's first collaboration and it certainly won't be the last. However, this time around, Supreme is giving a platform to a new voice – a proud, black woman who is not only a talented makeup artist but also a successful business owner.

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Release details

When can you get your hands on it? The official release date has been set for the 10 September.

Unfortunately, you won't be able to shop directly from from Pat McGrath Labs, or from the brand's stockists like Sephora. The one and only place to shop is exclusively from and Supreme stores around the world.

If you do want to get your hands on it, you're going to have to be quick. As with most Supreme collaborations, we have a feeling this is going to sell out within minutes and will have a high resale value.

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