In 1994, François Nars — not entirely satisfied by the makeup on offer — decided to try his hand at creating products, and entered Barneys New York with 12 lipsticks.
“I had no expectations, period,” Nars told WWD. “I was just hoping it would do well. I didn’t think ‘one day we’ll be in this many countries or have 400 products.’ I just wanted to create great products. I was frustrated with not being able to find the best products or the best colors and I thought it would be fun to create a makeup line.”
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