Get Your Hands on the Proenza Schouler for MAC Collab Today

(Source: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images North America, MAC; Ombre Blush, $30)Since launching Proenza Schouler in 2002, Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez have built a steady reputation as arbiters of downtown cool—and a loyal fan base of street-chic stars including Alexa Chung and Kate Bosworth to match. Now, with the debut of their much-anticipated makeup line for MAC ($17.50–$38.50), the duo is bringing their effortless It-girl aesthetic to the masses. 

(Source: MAC; Lipstick in Primrose, $22; Nail Lacquer in Thimbleweed, $17.50; Powder/Blush Brush, $38.50)The color collection, available online today and at MAC counters this Thursday, features punchy lipsticks ($22), nail polishes in just-right nudes and pinks ($17.50), and a pair of long-wear lip liners ($21) and essential eyeliners ($21). Our pick for most covetable cosmetic goes to the ombre blush ($36), a saturated compact available in pink-beige "Sunset Beach" and coral-beige "Ocean City". Both shades speak to the range's undeniable surfer girl appeal, and will wake up winter skin with just one swipe.
(Source: MAC; Pro Longwear Lip Pencil, $21; Nail Lacquer in Dayflower, $17.50; Pro Longwear Eyeliner, $21)And can we talk about the limited-edition packaging? Call us shallow, but we'd scoop up the entire collection just for the trippy metallic exteriors. Hey, it'd be cheaper than a PS1 bag.

Shop the full range here.