Adam Lambert partners with Orly for limited edition nail collection

Lambert’s curated shades drop June 2nd

Orly has announced a limited edition High Drama x Pride collection with Adam Lambert. The Adam Lambert x Orly: High Drama set is a bold and vibrant collection inspired by the pop icon’s current solo album High Drama which earned him his fifth Top 10. While the collection will be exclusively available on starting June 2nd, fans can join the waitlist to receive in time to celebrate Pride Month. Proceeds from the collection will benefit Stand With Trans, a non-profit organization providing critical support for trans youth and families.

Each shade was curated by Lambert and brings a different element to center stage. The colors range from a striking apple green; a black and silver glitter; gold, plum, and silver metallics; and lastly, a custom navy duo chrome shimmer Lambert first conceptualized and created at Orly Color Labs in West Hollywood. Individual polishes retail for $10.50 and the six-piece collection retails for $63.

“We are all very excited about this collaboration. Adam has such a powerful voice, both in his music and in championing the causes closest to his heart,” states Tal Pink, Vice President of Business Development at Orly International. “As a musician myself as part of a rock band, we not only are immense fans of Lambert’s musical talents but also his compassion and advocacy for the queer community.”

Executive produced by the former American Idol star, alongside production from the likes of Tommy English (Kacey Musgraves, Carly Rae Jepsen), Andrew Wells (Halsey, OneRepublic), George Moore and Mark Crew, High Drama, highlights a journey through modern music. The diverse collection of songs spans from classics such as Ann Peebles’ “I Can’t Stand The Rain” to modern hits like a rock-leaning rendition of Lana Del Rey’s “West Coast.”

Lambert can be seen fronting Queen this fall as the group expands the Rhapsody Tour. Produced by Live Nation, the tour kicks off on October 4th at Baltimore’s CFG Bank Arena making stops in Toronto, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago, Dallas, Denver and more before concluding at BMO Stadium in Los Angeles.

Buddy Iahn
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