Items in the 14-piece color cosmetics line, which is a limited-edition offering, will range in price from $20 to $70. The Prabal Gurung for MAC Cosmetics collection is slated to hit stores in the U.S. on November 26 and will later roll out internationally in December.
"For me, the starting point has always been the woman. I think what you try to create is a moment and emotion that, when people look at the particular girl with the hair, makeup and clothes, it's a split second of emotion and they'll walk away feeling something immediately, or when they see something else, they'll remember that particular moment," Gurung previously told InStyle.com.
Although Gurung's announcement that he has teamed up with MAC Cosmetics is an exciting one, it certainly isn't unprecedented. In April, Proenza Schouler's cosmetic collection created in collaboration with MAC Cosmetics hit stores.
"We wanted to create something that the Proenza Schouler woman could relate to off the runway, and the MAC brand is so deeply rooted in fashion that we knew they would understand our vision," Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, the duo behind Proenza Schouler, said of the collection.
"I have always respected Jack and Lazaro's keen vision and point of view. We've worked together backstage creating beauty looks for their runway shows for many years and it has been fascinating to me watching them evolve," said James Gager, MAC's creative director and senior vice president.
Earlier this month, a mini makeup line of eyeliner and lipstick, which was created by Lorde and MAC Cosmetics, was launched online at Maccosmetics.com and at MAC's Times Square and Fifth Avenue bricks-and-mortar stores in New York City. The collection will be available internationally on the MAC website and at MAC's Champs-Élysées store in July.