Designer Jeremy Scott’s new collaboration with MAC is the ultimate ‘90s dream. Makeup packaged as CDs and cassettes are reminiscent of the decade’s anti-glamour aesthetic and a reflection of the designer’s passion for music. MAC describes the collection as “hi-fi colors at max volume,” most evident in a 29-shade eyeshadow palette disguised as a boom box. Scott says, “I wanted this collection imagery to show different inspiring moments in music, including a boom box, cassette players and CDs, and really play on the frivolity of a night out as well as makeup and music’s transformative power.” Declare your undying love by blasting this boom box any time.
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