The golden era of disco may be far behind us, but the glamazons who epitomized it are still alive and kicking. Iconic models Marisa Berenson, Jerry Hall and Pat Cleveland are at the center of MAC's latest capsule collection, which is inspired by fashion illustrator Antonio Lopez.
Back in the '70s, the three were known as "Antonio's Girls" -- Lopez is credited with having discovered Hall -- and they worked together for most of the major fashion magazines. Now Lopez, who passed away in 1987, will have his sketches memorialized in the form of a makeup collection, including eye shadow and lip palettes and cosmetic bags. In keeping with the disco era theme, the collection's color scheme is vibrant and saturated, with fuchsias, purples and even an electric blue.
Hall, Berenson and Cleveland also channel the glamorous decade, wearing louche, low-cut dresses in the accompanying print ad. They might be in their fifties and sixties, but these models have never looked better.
The Antonio Lopez collection will be available on September 5 online and September 12 in stores -- but it's only sticking around for one month. Get it while you can...
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