See Every Product From Victoria Beckham’s First Estée Lauder Makeup Line

Stylish makeup mavens, get excited: Victoria Beckham is adding another hyphen to her already long title. Among this month’s buzziest beauty launches is the pop star-turned-fashion designer’s cosmetics collaboration with Estée Lauder, which arrives Tuesday, September 13th.

Following her collab with Nails Inc. last year, the former Posh Spice revealed to WWD last month that the 14-piece collection is comprised of four capsules inspired by Los Angeles, New York, London, and Paris. LA (which Beckham told Vogue is her “second home”) will be “strong, youthful, and fresh,” while London will be “a little bit rock ‘n’ roll,” she tells the industry trade publication. New York will be accented by pops of color, and Paris will feature an effortless aesthetic.

After the news was officially announced in August, we now have more details and photos of the multihyphenate mother of four’s highly anticipated line — and we’re beyond excited. Scroll down below to see all four collections, pricing, and where to get the goods.


The Los Angeles Collection. Clockwise from top center: Bronzer in Java Sun ($65), Lip Gloss in Moroccan Heat ($36), Eye Kahal Duo in Black Saffon/Vanilla ($30), and Highligher in Modern Mercury ($65)

Priced from $30 to $95, the luxurious range will be heavy on eyes and lips inspired Beckham’s signature sophisticated (but not overdone) beauty look. Other standout products include the Morning Aura Illuminating Cream (a moisturizing brightener/primer), a matte bronzer, and fall-ready eyeshadows. It’ll also include a limited-edition mirror and a special edition box ($1,200).

The London Collection. Clockwise from top left: Eye Foil Liquid Liner in Black Gold ($36), Eye Ink Pressed Gel Cream in Black Myrrh ($45), Eye Kahal Duo in Black Saffon/Vanilla ($30), Lipstick in Brazilian Nude ($45), and Eye Metals Eyeshadow in Bitter Clove ($45)

As Beckham explains, the packaging is a throwback to Estée Lauder’s classic ’50s cases and incorporates Beckham’s luxe vibes. The compacts aren’t the only aspects that the designer plucked from the brand’s past; she also brought back beloved archived products like the Modern Mecury Highlighter, which Harper’s Bazaar reports was part of a previous limited-edition release.

The Paris Collection. Clockwise from top left: Eye Metals Eyeshadow in Charred Emerald ($45), Lipstick in Chilean Sunset ($45), Eye Foil Liquid Liner in Burnt Anise ($36), and Eye Kahal Duo in Black Saffron/Vanilla ($30)

WWD also notes that Beckham beauty fans can score a sneak peek during the designer’s spring/summer ’17 runway show at this month’s New York Fashion Week.

As far as where to get it, the collection lands online at and, and at high-end department stores Bergdorf Goodman (US) and Selfridges (UK). Mark your calendar now — we already have!