How cosmetics became miniature art galleries

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The beauty world is perfecting the art of packaging with coveted collaborations for even greater shelf appeal. French brand of makeup, skincare and perfumes Chantecaille teamed up with the decoupage artist John derian to create an exclusive rose motif based on a 19th century botanical print. The flower was also the inspiration for Diptychthe Limited Edition Peppery Rose Scent of which features the black and white rose painting created for the Louvre by the French artist Jean-Michel Othoniel.

Chantecaille x John Derian Lip Chic in Rose de Mai, £ 52

Sisley Izia La Nuit, £ 194 for 100ml EDP.  Bottle designed by sculptor Bronislaw Krzysztof

Sisley Izia La Nuit, £ 194 for 100ml EDP. Bottle designed by sculptor Bronislaw Krzysztof

Sisley it is also to marry art and perfume; the shiny lacquered bottle of the new Izia la Nuit eau de parfum was designed by the sculptor Bronislaw Krzysztof and comes in a box with surreal collages from the illustrator Quentin Jones. Sisley’s artists celebration continues with Polish painter Elzbieta Radziwill, who reinvented the cream brand Ecological Compound with shrubs and gold and scarlet leaves.

LO Studio Pathless Wood Hand Cream, £ 27.  Label designed by Mark Lazenby

LO Studio Pathless Wood Hand Cream, £ 27. Label designed by Mark Lazenby

Neighborhood Botanicals Body Oil, £ 31.  Label designed by Joe Prytherch

Neighborhood Botanicals Body Oil, £ 31. Label designed by Joe Prytherch

Others work with artists on a more permanent basis. british label LO Studio team up with collagist Marc lazenby from the outset to decorate its candles, creams and other natural offerings with dreamlike motifs. In the same way, Neighborhood botany asked artists to create colorful and playful labels that can be found throughout their skincare line.

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