Set in the cellar arches of the London Film Museum in Covent Garden, giant bottles of Revlon nail polish fill every corner of the room. Why? To celebrate eight decades of colour, cosmetics and Charles Revson.
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A giant installation of a bottle of red nail polish (in Revlon Red obviously) by Bobby John Patmore, spray paint dresses by Revlon Nail Ambassador Jenny Longworth (she took lead from McQueen), old The Most Unforgettable Women in the World print campaigns (by Richard Avedon) of Cindy Crawford and Audrey Hepburn from the 80's and 90's and a loop of Revlon videos from 1998 kept us beauty mad spectators occupied, as did the endless champagne, canapes and manicures.
The top nail tip from the night... Run your newly-painted fingers under ice-cold water to speed up the drying process.
Check out Revlon's latest collection and nail art by Jenny Longworth in our December beauty shoot with Annabelle Wallis - OUT NOW.
By Alice Manning