Pat McGrath Revealed The Mystery Product She Used At Anna Sui

Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for New York Fashion Week: The Shows.

Plus three new beauty products

If you were obsessed with the beauty looks at Anna Sui (same), do we have news for you. Following a series of shows at NYFW, including Calvin Klein, Coach, Bottega Veneta, and Victoria Beckham, and having teased a mystery product used at the aforementioned Anna Sui show, our makeup queen and beauty icon, the legendary Pat McGrath, announced new products for her eponymous beauty line. Chief among the four new launches is the exact palette that McGrath used to create that incredible '60s-inspired smokey pink-fuchsia eye makeup seen at Anna Sui.

A "sister" product to the Mothership eye palettes that came out this summer, MTHRSHP Subversive Eye Palette in "La Vie en Rose" boasts deep purples and hot pinks that popped from the Anna Sui runway even when paired with the bright clothes the designer is known for. Yesterday, at a press preview, McGrath revealed that three of the six colors from the compact were used to achieve the killer mod look.

In addition to "La Vie En Rose," that was, according to the makeup artist inspired by Grace Jones, she debuted palettes called "Platinum Bronze," full of shimmery browns and mauves, and "Bronze Ambition," a metallic explosion of golds, coppers, and bronzes. "I was obsessed with the idea of providing my fellow beauty junkies with a curated collection of captivating colors—a mini-arsenal—that they could effortlessly slip into their handbags or carry-on luggage," McGrath said in the press release for the drop. "It's all about beauty sans limits; elevating your artistry everywhere you go."

In addition to the hyper-pigmented eyeshadow palettes—that are, by the way, only half the price of the Mothership ones—McGrath debuted a liquid liner, Perma Precision Liquid Eyeliner, the first of its kind for the brand. Created with a soft Flexi-Art tip and a rich formulation, it "is so sensuously saturated, it glides across the lids in divine obsidian velvet," according to the statement. After trying it out this morning, we, too, can vouch for its incredible ease of use and deep color. Plus, as promised: "The liner's tip is absolutely major; it offers the most exquisite control for elegant contours and pristine definition."

As always, McGrath's packaging is a work of art, with each palette coming in a stunningly illustrated case and the eyeliner tucked away in one of McGrath's signature metallic pouches—this time, without sequins.

See the products, below, and shop them once they hit shelves on March 7.

Pat McGrath, MTHRSHP Subversive Eye Palette in "La Vie En Rose," $55, available March 7 at Pat McGrath.

Photos by Craig Barritt/Getty Images for The Trevor Project

Delevingne shared why they chose now

Last week, Cara Delevingne and Ashley Benson officially confirmed the rumor that they're dating, with Delevingne posting an Instagram video of the two of them kissing. Now, in a new interview, she revealed why they confirmed the rumors. Basically, it was in celebration of Pride.

In the interview with E! News at the TrevorLIVE Gala, Delevingne was asked why the pair chose this moment to take their relationship public, and she answered: "Because it is Pride, it's been 50 years since Stonewall happened, and I don't know... It's been just about our one year anniversary so, why not?"

Why not, indeed? Delevingne also said that the kissing video was "just a little something," which makes sense. After all, the couple were recently spotted lugging around a kinky sex bench, so some simple kissing must feel pretty elementary.

At the Gala, Delevingne shouted out Benson during her speech too, though not by name. "I also have another very special woman in this room to thank and you know who you are," she said. "She's one of the people who help me love myself when I needed it most and I really needed it. She showed me what real love is and how to accept it, which is a lot harder than I thought." I'm swooning.

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