FIRST LOOK! Check out the Andy Warhol nail polish collection by NARS!

From left: Back Room (black), New York Dolls (purple), Superstar (teal), 15 Minutes (lemon yellow), TV Party (vivid orange), $18 each, available October 1st at Sephora and Sephora.com

NARS has released it’s first look at their fall and holiday collection, inspired by Andy Warhol! We are loving the gorgeous colors inspired by the pop artist!

The collection comes just months before the 25th anniversary of Andy Warhol’s passing and takes inspiration from the artist’s most famous works, his muses, and his own unique look.

The main collection, which hits Sephora on October 1st, is filled with vibrant color lip glosses, eyeshadows, and, of course, nail lacquers. The super-luxe teal color is going on my nails asap.

The second installment of the collection will launch on NARS’ website on November 1st, is filled with limited-edition gift sets in holiday party-appropriate colors including this high-five-worthy nail polish set. These four pretty shades will get any girl through party season.

I am DYING over these colors! Especially the top set. I would wear every single one!!

Photo Booth holiday gift set including Silver Factory (aluminum), Chelsea Girls (beige), Soup Can (Perfect red), Back Room (black), $35, available November 1st at narscosmetics.com.

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