If you're looking for something a little different to do this weekend, I highly recommend that you pop along to the London Film Museum in Covent Garden, where a rather spectacular exhibition is being held all in the name of 80 years of Revlon.
Enamoured 80 years of Revlon is an exhibition to celebrate Revlons anniversary and the influential and innovative moments it has celebrated throughout the years.
Homing products that have been sourced from around the world, dating back to as far as the 1940's when lipsticks were like today named with beautiful titles such as Snowpoppy, Strawberry Vanilla and Baby Tangerine and products such as Chillibean Nail Enamel existed, it is definitely worth a visit.
Within the delightful Red ambiance, the gallery is full of products, art work and advertisements, some of which would still definitely appeal today. The Very Currant and Raisin Rage adverts very much reminds me of all of the Berry trend campaigns we are seeing so much of at the moment, it's funny how as far as things have changed over 80 years, they are still at the same time, so similar.
The Red Sole was a definite show stopper in amongst all of the lipsticks and nail varnishes, with lots of interest surrounding the history of the very beloved Christian Louboutin Red Sole and of course, lots of heart shaped eyes fixated on the shoes themselves.
A visit to the Enamoured 80 Years of Revlon exhibition is very much worth a trip to see, although unfortunately it is only open this weekend.
Admission is free and doors are open from 10am-6pm.
Will you be visiting the exhibition and cooing at all things Revlon?