Kristen Stewart, star of Snow White and the Huntsman, embodies the fairy tale's aesthetic. She's certainly had practice, playing a vampire in the Twilight saga series.
Skin as white as snow, lips as red as blood and collaborations as good as sold.
The Snow White obsession has extended beyond the two competing movies out this season – and into your fashion and beauty regimen.
The upcoming dark fairy tale thriller “Snow White and the Huntsman” (not to be confused with the softer, kiddie-friendly “Mirror Mirror”) has partnered with designers on a few collections this spring, including a 200-piece (yes, 200!) line for the Home Shopping Network. Evil queen nail polish by Deborah Lippmann? Crystal-studded poison apple? The dwarves were hard at work on this one.
Included is everything from shiny brooches bearing the film’s key imagery to antique-inspired necklaces, ranging from $24-$450. Available May 30 on HSN.com, it might sound a little cheesy — and granted, movie collaborations generally are — but HSN did a solid job rounding up items that are both in theme and fashionable:
The Deborah Lippman nail polish collection
The Grand Endless Beauty Necklace by Heidi Daus
Pink Quartz Pave ring by Love & Rock
The Heidi Daus Fern Necklace, available on June 1
Poison Apple candle by D.L. & Co
In addition, Benefit Cosmetics put together a special limited-edition makeup set titled “Rare Beauty” (available Apr. 17) featuring bestsellers that the pale heroine herself would have appreciated: Benetint rose-tinted lip and cheek stain, BADgal lash mascara, High Beam Deluxe highlighter and the Porefessional skin smoother ($45 for a $69 value).
No need to worship the sun this summer; the Snow White’s porcelain look is in.
The Rare Beauty kit by Benefit Cosmetics comes with 4 makeup items and a print design bag. No apples.
Kristen Stewart as a poisoned Snow White, in much need of some lipstick and blush.
Rina Raphael is a TODAY.com editor who thinks there should have been a dwarf named Hungry.