- Urban Decay has several shadows named for places, but we always return to Maui Wowie, a warm golden beige.
- Also inspired by Hawaii: Nicole Scherzinger's line of press-ons for Broadway Nails were inspired by the Aloha State, where she grew up.
- Erno Laszlo's Hollywood collection isn't just about bright lights. Each of the products bears the name of a famous actress Laszlo worked with during his career, including Katharine Hepburn and Grace Kelly.
- In 2010, Rodarte partnered with MAC for a line of products inspired by the Mexican border town of Juarez. Because Juarez has been a huge site for violence against women, the collection came under fire and Rodarte
- All of Bond No 9's fragrances are inspired by New York City, including everything from Central Park West (pictured) to Coney Island. Even the company's name is significant: it's the address of their shop.
- OPI's Texas collection was as hot and spicy as the Lone Star state itself, with color names like Do Ya Think I'm Tex-y, Guy Meets Galveston, and It's Totally Fort Worth It.
- Chanel's 2011 Las Vegas-inspired mini collection included a palette called Lucky Strike and a nail polish named Goldfinger.
- This spring, OPI released their Holland nail polish collection. The color names included Vampsterdam, Thanks a Windmillion, and A Roll in the Hague.
- British brand Models Own went on vacation (er, holiday) to the Spanish island of Ibiza and came back with these bright, party-ready colors.
- Many of Nars' products, including brushes, nail polishes, and eyeshadows, are inspired by the Japanese art of kabuki.
- Chanel's Knightsbridge collection was a special treat for Harrods shoppers. In addition to being named for the London neighborhood where the store is located, the products also boasted local names, including lipsticks called Belgravia, Hy
- All of Nails Inc's nail polishes are named after London landmarks, including Baker Street, Notting Hill Gate, and Piccadilly Circus.
- Jo Malone's latest round of limited-edition fragrances, London Blooms, were inspired by the classic scents of English gardens.
- Yves St Laurent loved living in Paris, and it seems only fitting that YSL would make a perfume bearing the city's name.
- L'Occitane loves the Provence region of France so much that it's in their name. You can even buy a Savon d'Occitane soap set made from regionally-grown ingredients.