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A lesson in fun! Moschino launches a makeup collection with Sephora that looks just SCHOOL SUPPLIES - from highlighter highlight to a MACBOOK-shaped eyeshadow palette

Daily Mail logo Daily Mail 4/16/2019 Charlie Lankston For Dailymail.com

Shopping for school supplies has long-been viewed as the most enjoyable aspect of back-to-school season - and now that joyful spending experience can be enjoyed by people of all ages, thanks to a funky new makeup collection created by Moschino. 

The brand, which is known for its kooky clothing collaborations, teamed up with Sephora's in-hour brand Sephora Collection, to launch a range of makeup products and tools that are designed to look identical to school supplies, from pencil-shaped brushes to whiteout nail polish. 

Debuting on April 25, the limited edition collection - which is the second to be released as part of Moschino designer Jeremy Scott's ongoing partnership with Sephora - is sure to inspire a wave of nostalgia among beauty lovers, particularly those who remember a time when number two pencils and pink erasers reigned supreme in their lockers.  

a close up of a piece of paper: Beauty school is in session! Moschino has launched a makeup collaboration with Sephora that is filled with products shaped like school supplies, including a Macbook eyeshadow palette

Beauty school is in session! Moschino has launched a makeup collaboration with Sephora that is filled with products shaped like school supplies, including a Macbook eyeshadow palette
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There are, however, products included in the collection that appeal to the more tech-savvy Sephora fans, including a 30-pan eyeshadow palette that is shaped just like an Apple Macbook computer. 

The large silver palette, which includes an array of brightly-colored shades in both matte and shimmer finishes, is the priciest product in the collection, which ranges from $8 for a face mask to $60 for the laptop palette. 

Other stand-out pieces in the line-up include a trio of highlighter-shaped highlighters, each of which looks just like an old-school neon marker, complete with a black plastic cap and a brightly-colored casing. 

Smooth: The cheapest product in the collection is an $8 face mask that is shaped like the brand's logo © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Smooth: The cheapest product in the collection is an $8 face mask that is shaped like the brand's logo

Even the names of the products in the $36 trio are in line with the theme: Control, Alt and Delete. 

Sticking to the marker-themed shapes, there is also a collection of five liquid lipsticks that look identical to the Mr. Sketch fruit-scented markers that many will remember from their days in middle and high school. 

These products also have their own computer-themed monikers: Escape, Enter, Shift, Command, and Power, and the $34 set includes a range of shades, from chic pink and red to vibrant purple and teal.   

For those who favor a cat-eye look, the marker eyeliner ($18) will no doubt be the most appealing product; the eye product looks incredibly similar to a Sharpie, with a much finer nib to ensure the ultimate precision with application. 

Makeup is not the only thing included in the collection though - there are also several tools aimed at helping with your daily application, while also adding some fun scholastic flair to your beauty supplies. 

The first is a $58 collection of five brushes shaped like sharpened yellow pencils of varying sizes, complete with bright red brush hairs to serve as the 'eraser' at the end of each one. 

Get it while you can: The collection is due to launch on April 25, and will be limited edition

Get it while you can: The collection is due to launch on April 25, and will be limited edition
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If you prefer a sponge application for your makeup, never fear, because the collection includes those too, in the form of a $20 three-pack filled with a trio of pink applicators that look just like classic Paper Mate erasers.

There are of course some people who are more partial to pen when it comes to jotting down their thoughts, in which case the $12 whiteout nail polish will no doubt serve as their mistake-eraser of choice.

Sharing the news about the collection on his Instagram account, Moschino designer Jeremy couldn't contain his delight over the upcoming launch, writing: 'I have super exciting news for my beauty fans... I created a new makeup collection for Sephora!' 

It has been a busy month for Jeremy, who launched another rather retro collaboration earlier this month: a clothing collection inspired by the Sims. 

And while on paper, the capsule collection might seem tame in comparison with some of the brand's other partnerships, which have included designs inspired by everything from Barbie to Spongebob Squarepants to TV dinners, the latest designs are the first to exist in real life — and in virtual reality. 

The collection officially debuted at Jeremy Scott's Palm Springs Desert Party over the weekend at Coachella, and is comprised of eight pieces inspired by the long-popular game which feature a pixelated design. 

a person standing in a room: Wild: Earlier this month, Moschino unveiled a capsule clothing collection inspired by the Sims

Wild: Earlier this month, Moschino unveiled a capsule clothing collection inspired by the Sims
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Also recognizable to fans is the the Sims plumbob (that green diamond that hovers above their heads), a Freezer Bunny cellphone cover, and a Uni Llama tee.

While the designs will be available for real customers to buy, they will also be available for Sims characters to wear in Sims 4, Sims Mobile, and Sims FreePlay.

'I love the idea of being able to imagine, design, and bring to life a world of individual personas with the Sims universe,' Scott said in a press release.

'That concept emulates what I get to do for each collection at Moschino as I create a fantasy universe of spectacular storylines and characters.'

Ahead of the launch, Moschino has already launched a campaign featuring real, living models edited into animated Sims backgrounds. 

Unsurprisingly, some Sims fans are already quite excited about the designs.

'This Moschino x The Sims collaboration is what I've been waiting for my whole life,' tweeted The Cut's Fashion News Writer Emilia Petrarca. 

'The sims are doing a collaboration with moschino i'm crying and need all of these,' tweeted Teen Vogue's Gabe Bergado.  

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