Chanel are Hosting a Beauty Pop-Up in Edinburgh: Here’s Everything You Need to Know

Dig­i­tal Fash­ion Edi­tor Eve Fitz­patrick

Chanel is launch­ing yet anoth­er exquis­ite­ly ele­gant lip prod­uct to add to their world of beau­ty. And to cel­e­brate the release of their new lip­stick, Rouge Allure Vel­vet Nuit Blanche, they are invit­ing us all to Edin­burgh for an immer­sive beau­ty experience.

The pop-up is set to launch on the 9th March at num­ber 8 Char­lotte Square, and is described as being an “immer­sive night-time excur­sion where night owls can dis­cov­er a curat­ed expe­ri­ence of Rouge Allure Vel­vet Nuit Blanche”.

Includ­ed in the pop-up will be a cin­e­ma in which guests will be intro­duced to the Nuit Blanche cam­paign film. After this, find­ing your lip­stick shade, try­ing on the new prod­ucts, and pic­tur­ing your pout will all be part of the agen­da. What bet­ter way to dis­cov­er your new per­fect lip­stick shade than with the help of the Chanel beau­ty experts.

There will also be a chance to explore the prod­ucts used to cre­ate the night-time make­up looks worn by Mar­got Rob­bie in the Rouge Allure Vel­vet Nuit Blanche Cam­paign; the first time Mar­got Rob­bie has been the face of a Chanel Beau­ty campaign.

It is incred­i­bly fit­ting that Chanel are show­cas­ing their new lip­stick in the his­tor­i­cal city of Edin­burgh, as Gabrielle Chanel her­self had an ado­ra­tion for. She formed a strong bond with Scot­land both aes­thet­i­cal­ly and pro­fes­sion­al­ly, rel­ish­ing coun­try and town life alike. Begin­ning in 1924, when Gabriele Chanel embarked upon a rela­tion­ship with the Duke of West­min­ster, spend­ing much of their time in the Scot­tish High­lands. They would fish, hunt, and play cards, and their rela­tion­ship influ­enced the use of Scot­tish mate­ri­als and tra­di­tions with­in the fash­ion house, the icon­ic Chanel tweeds being a prime example.

I for one will be fol­low­ing in her foot­steps this spring by expe­ri­enc­ing the newest Chanel immer­sive beau­ty expe­ri­ence in the beau­ti­ful city of Edinburgh.