OPI fall/winter collection is a nod to D.C. glamour
LONDON — Leading nail care brand OPI is teaming up with Kerry Washington on a new collection for fall/winter that celebrates the allure of the nation's capital.
According to OPI, Washington, D.C., is the result of the brand's collaboration with Emmy and Golden Globe nominated actress Kerry Washington, recently named the company's first-ever Creative Ambassador.
Washington worked closely with OPI co-founder and brand ambassador Suzi Weiss-Fischmann to develop and name the 12 shades, which are all available in both Nail Lacquer and GelColor formulas.
"Kerry is a role model, style icon, nail lacquer lover and absolute natural in this new role," said Weiss-Fischmann. "She exemplifies the spirit of Washington, D.C., women, and her bold approach to life is evident everywhere from her acting to her activism to her red carpet style."
The Washington, D.C., palette delivers a dramatic, sophisticated spin on classic fall hues. It will be available Aug. 1 at salons and some retailers.
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