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Marc Jacobs Hand Picked OPI For Spring 2010 Collection

When fashion designer Marc Jacobs debuted his Spring 2010 collection during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, in September of 2009 he complemented his whimsical and airy creations with nude-colored OPI Nail Lacquers on all his models' fingers.

(Image of OPI Barefoot In Barcelona and Malaysian Mist - - All Rights Reserved).

Jacobs hand-picked OPI to provide best-selling shades including Barefoot in Barcelona, Samoan Sand, Malaysian Mist and Dulce de Leche - topped with Twitter - as the finishing touch to Jacobs' return to femininity.

Musical icon Madonna, pop queen Lady Gaga, Rachel Zoe and other A-listers were sitting front-and-center to watch Jacobs' parade of ruffles and pearls.

Highlighting fashion trends to come, Jacobs' preview of the all-natural look included one accessory that all women can afford - fresh and subtle nude nails with OPI Nail Lacquers.

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