A femme fatale wearing a cheongsam is the protagonist of China Doll, the new, vibrant Pupa collection for the autumn 2012 season. Super shiny, pulled up hair that let the face show, with a dramatic, but never excessive make-up look to emphasize that allure of mystery and sensuality typical of the eastern world and that, together with fashion, art and architecture, inspires the world of make-up, as well. The aim is to enhance the beauty of those women who will be captured by this oriental chic inspiration..
And since the file rouge of this collection is China, Pupa’s color palette could not but include its most representative nuances: ranging from blue, the color which is linked to Chinese culture and style par excellence, to red and terracotta, but also light rose in contrast with bright violet and generous touches of intense hues such as cobalt, ruby-red and turquoise. The result is a sober and elegant collection, refined and sophisticated, that wraps up in a mystery those who decide to give it a try and let themselves go to feeling like the modern stars of movies like “Raise the Red Lantern” or “In the Mood for Love”, not to mention the recent “Snow Flower and the Secret Fan”, which celebrates the fan, a glamorous accessory, the star of Pupa’s advertising campaign, and of which there are graphic references also in the China Doll Brush. Pupa make-up takes the eastern world into perfume shops!