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Clueless Lipstick; Laszlo Goes Hollywood; Jo Malone Florals

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LIPS—Alicia Silverstone may not be Cher Horowitz anymore, but the Clueless legacy lives on. Its latest incarnation is a hot pink lipstick chubby pencil from Topshop. As if! [Racked Inbox]

SKIN—The new line from Erno Laszlo is called Hollywood, but don't expect neon lights. The five skincare products are named after famous actresses Laszlo worked with in his heyday, including Greta Garbo ("velvet night cream"), Grace Kelly ("refresh moisture infusion"), and Ava Gardner (instant eye repair). [Racked Inbox]

FRAGRANCE—Just in time for spring, Jo Malone London is reminding you why they have that third word in their name. Their limited-edition spring line features three scents all inspired by English gardens: Peony and Moss, White Lilac & Rhubarb, and Iris & Lady Moore. Isn't it weird how even English flowers just sound more classy and elegant? [Racked Inbox]