When Dior launched their spring collection, it contained one grey nail polish, Gris Montaigne. But Gris Montaigne was also part of a capsule collection: Dior made three “grey” nail polishes, one for each of three fashion capitals. Gris Montaigne represents Paris; Bond Street represents London; and NY 57th (obviously) represents New York.
Bond Street and NY 57th are sold exclusively through Dior’s website, but when I saw a photo of Bond Street, I knew I had to have it.
I’ve been loving deep blues lately, and I think Bond Street is really something special. It’s the exact dusty blue of fresh blueberries. I truly cannot stop admiring my nails.
Dior polishes are $21 each. (And just in case you haven’t bought a Dior polish in a while, Dior also revamped their formula and brush design last fall — the new brushes are wide and flat, similar to Sally Hansen’s Salon and Insta-Dri brushes.)