With colors like “I’m Not Really a Waitress,” “Big Apple Red,” “Strawberry Margarita,” “Rosy Future” and “Kyoto Pearl,” nail polish can say a lot about personal style. Now, those stylish colors and more will be available exclusively on Dell consumer laptops through a partnership with renowned nail lacquer experts OPI.
The color palette is Dell’s most popular option for consumer laptops, and the OPI partnership will soon add 26 exciting, high-style OPI fashion shades to the color and artwork offerings available as options in the
“Dell and OPI’s offerings are a fresh collision of style and power, color and technology,” said Rachna Bhasin, general manager, partnerships and personalization or global consumer. “OPI’s high style and Dell’s award-winning technology combine to offer people stylish options that deliver the ultimate combination of color and connectivity on the go.”
“Beautiful nails really are the ultimate accessory to any look,” said Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, OPI Executive Vice President & Artistic Director. “And now, with Dell laptops that coordinate with OPI Nail Lacquers, you can match your nails to your emails!”
About Dell Design Studio
Design Studio is an interactive gallery of original contemporary artwork commissioned exclusively for Dell.com that gives individuals nearly unlimited potential to turn their laptop into a work of art. The easy-to-use and intuitive Design Studio was introduced in December 2008 and quickly gained popularity. Design Studio offers more than 300 creative and colorful personalization options. Featured artists include: Tristan Eaton, Siobhan Gunning, Bruce Mau, Mike Ming, Guillaume Wolfe, Jason Bacon, Brittany Waldner and Derek Welch, among many others. Also included in the design options is artwork from Major League Baseball teams and from (PRODUCT) RED, which contributes to The Global Fund, which helps fund AIDS programs in Africa.
Design Studio also represents a new way to shop for your personal computer and tailor it to reflect your style. With Design Studio, online shoppers simply walk through a gallery of portraits and can choose to apply a design, change viewing angles, zoom in on details and read a short bio that explains the artist’s work.
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