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OPI Venice 2015 Fall Winter Collection

by Tavia

Hello beauties!

If you thought news about upcoming summer 2015 collections are still early to be released and you are not the type to be curious about the upcoming beauty launches of the year then please look away from the new OPI Venice Fall Winter 2015 Collection. I invite you to take a first look at the new OPI nail polishes inspired by the beautiful Italian city of Venice, a truly romantic location. For those of you who are not familiar with Cosmoprof Bologna by now, you should know is the leading 360° worldwide event for the professional beauty sector. Every year thanks to this event we get to take a sneak peek at the upcoming summer, fall, winter and even holiday makeup and nail polish collections as famous brands are bringing a sample of their products. They are not meant for purchase so swatches can be seen only locally at the event but the products which are due to be launched in the second part of the year are usually not for sale.



International Launch Date – end summer 2015 (probably August)

OPI Venice Collection Fall Winter 2015

Stated as a fall winter 2015 OPI release, the new Venice nail polish collection seems to be quite versatile as it offers not only darker shades (which I love most) like that gorgeous purple in the front row but also a lot of new light colors, almost pastels I would say which will take me back to spring rather than stating the fall season will began shortly.

OPI Venice Nail Polishes – Limited Edition


  • A Great Opera-tunity
  • It’s A Piazza Cake
  • Worth A Pretty Penne
  • Tiramisu For Two
  • Amore At The Grand Canal
  • Gimme A Lido Kiss
  • Be There In A Prosecco
  • I Cannoli Wear OPI
  • Gelato On My Mind
  • Purple Palazzo Pants
  • O Suzi Mio
  • My Gondola Or Yours?
  • Venice The Party?
  • Baroque…But Still Shopping!
  • St. Mark’s The Spot



Do you have any favorites so far?

Photo source: OPI Professional Italia

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