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Lifestyle unveils its eclectic Spring Summer 2017 collection
April 9, 2017, 1:55 pm
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Lifestyle introduces spring/summer 2017 with a vibrant collection and latest trends in makeup, handbags, fashion accessories and home décor 

Beauty: Inspired by a pretty, colourful palette that reflects the mood of the season, Lifestyle’s latest makeup range will instantly brighten your look and lift your spirits. This year, lipstick is going all-out. It's no longer just about sticking to one shade, tone or texture. Shimmery lip trend is on the rise and frosted lips are making a huge comeback. While glittery lips, pastel pops and pinks are ruling the runways, the signature red lips and dramatic, bold hues are still a part of the game this season.

  For eye makeup, Lifestyle has its focus on bold, bright & flashy eye lids to emphasis the power of color. Glossy lids that look effortlessly attractive are a major trend this year. Glitter trend is still going strong, scatter it across your bottom lash-line to make an impact. Up your makeup game with brands like NYX, Deborah Milano, NOTE, MaxFactor, Maybelline, Bourjois and Rimmel.

Fashion: From gorgeous prints, innovative shapes to timeless classics, Lifestyle is spoiling us with its brand new range of handbags. The brand explores 1980s-inspired looks on one hand while the second phase takes a softer, casual direction combining timeworn pretty tones with a tough earthiness added to this new bohemian look. Placement blooms and precious stone fixtures on bags and accessories, take the season’s fashion element a notch higher for occasional dressing.

Moving ahead with fashion-fusion, a true high-summer story takes on with joyful and feel-good bright hues from brands like Fiorelli, Charlotte Reid, Juno and Marina Galanti. It’s all in the details as metal hoops double up as both a functional and design detail for bags and small accessories.

From chokers, chunky chains and pendants to golden upper arm bracelets, Lifestyle sets the mood with statement accessories in lighter tones and summer shades with Swarovski elements. Pastel shades dominate other accessories; like scarves with tassels to bring in the summer look and feel.

Home décor: As the season changes, so do home décor trends. Lifestyle brings in three complementing themes to dress your love-nests this season. Inspired by architectural elements, the first theme in home décor revolves around use of motifs and patterns from architectural monuments. Elevating the essence of Spring-Summer, the second theme is a floral collection to soothe your artistic senses.

Pastel delights in floral prints, bloom pretty as the collection moves from one floral pattern to another. These come together to form a versatile range of home décor essentials to suit  all types of chic, urban and sophisticated living spaces.

Home Fragrances: Calm your senses with the relaxing notes of Spring Summer flavours as, Lifestyle’s home fragrances collection is all about bringing in fresh and uplifting aromas to your home. The key highlights for this season are floral and fruity with hint of citrus perfectly complementing the warmer weather.

The candles from Heart & Home create a fresh and crisp feeling with scents such as White Jasmine & Fressia and Pink Blossom. Bring spring and summer essences indoors with reed diffusers from Apsley that come in invigorating scents of Lavender Citrus and Jasmine. The reed diffusers and fragrance oil collection ranges from refreshing scents of Green tea and lemon to the soothing and delicious Lavender Vanilla, Sparkling Strawberry and Endless Ocean scents.

Discover the latest trends for Spring-Summer 2017 in beauty, fashion and home décor at all Lifestyle in Centrepoint stores at Al Rai, Hawally, Salmiya, Kuwait City, Fahaheel, Fintas,  Jahra, Sulaibikhat , The Avenues , Khaitan and at Lifestyle -Stand alone Store -Al Rai ( Star Mall) and Fintas (Liwan Mall).
 

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