By  on June 6, 2013

Beginning with an intricately embossed 3-D nail strip, Revlon is launching a series of Marchesa-inspired beauty items, including nail polish, lip and eye products, nail art and beauty tools.

“I feel that sitting at the cross section of fashion and beauty is very much a place where Revlon has always been,” said Julia Goldin, chief marketing officer of Revlon. “This is a part of the DNA of the brand and something we will continue to do.”

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