Princess Charlotte Has A Marc Jacobs Lipstick Named After Her
Bit young to inspire a lipstick, isn’t she? [Photo: Kensington Palace/The Duchess Of Cambridge]
Princess Charlotte may of not yet reached her first birthday, but she’s already proved to be something of an influential figure.
She topped Tatler’s “people who really matter list” last month and has now received the ultimate honour from the beauty industry – and had a lipstick named after her.
Yes, a lipstick. And a Marc Jacobs one at that.
The “Charlotte” is a bright pink shade and has been released as part of the US brand’s Le Marc lip crème collection, available exclusively at Harrods.
As is the case with most things with a designer label, it isn’t cheap and will set you back £24.
The “Charlotte” lipstick is a hot pink shade, inspired by an English rose. [Photo: Instagram/Marc Jacobs Beauty]
“We wanted to commemorate this major brand milestone by creating a custom shade of Le Marc lip crème,” Catherine Gore, global vice president and general manager of Marc Jacobs beauty told WWD.
She added that the shade was “inspired by the deepest saturated pink tones of an English rose”.
Naming a lipstick after an icon isn’t unusual, but said icon is usually a fully-fledged adult – not a nine-month-old baby.
Tom Ford named a lipstick after Drake last year and a huge array of female celebs have given their name to Loreal lipsticks over the years. But dedicating a beauty product to someone who probably won’t even wear make-up for another 15 years is something new.