Trend watch: Oz the Great and Powerful–inspired beauty, clothing and accessories

Get prepped for the release of Oz the Great and Powerful (out March 8) with these fantastical products inspired by the Disney movie.

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When Oz the Great and Powerful hits theaters March 8, you’ll be ready to get the looks from Michelle Williams’s good witch Glinda, Rachel Weisz’s powerful Evanora and Mila Kunis’ naive Theodora. Find fashion and beauty products inspired by the film from NYC stores such as Sephora, Macy's and Ulta.


  • Whether you want to channel ethereal witch Glinda (played by Michelle Williams) or the vampy, naive Theodora (Mila Kunis), Urban Decay has got you covered with two limited-edition makeup tins (available through March). Each contains eight brand-new eye shadow colors, an eye pencil and a high-gloss lip crayon, as well as step-by-step instructions for getting the beauty looks. The Glinda palette will give you a more natural face with pale peach, gray and purple hues, a nude lip and an eggplant liner. We’re partial to the deep shades in the Theodora set, featuring chocolate-brown, metallic-gold and deep-green shadows alongside a black eye pencil and bright crimson lipstick. All you need is a matching red floppy hat and you’ll be on your way to Oz. Urban Decay Oz the Great and Powerful palettes, $49 each, at Sephora, locations throughout the city; visit sephora.com

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    Known for her romantic evening gowns, Los Angeles designer Sue Wong has rolled out a whopping 16 dresses created after the fantasy elements in Oz the Great and Powerful. Our favorites include an Emerald City–colored frock with rose appliqués, and a black-and-white geometric hand-beaded style meant to mirror the stark contrast between Kansas and Oz. Sue Wong strapless dresses, $399 each, at Macy’s, 151 W 34th St between Sixth and Seventh Aves (212-695-4400, macys.com)

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    With chunky confetti, liquid sand (a.k.a. matte glitter) and pretty blush shades, OPI’s seven-piece nail-polish collection makes it easy to get the whimsical looks straight from Oz. Our top picks include What Wizardry Is This? (a shimmery deep brown that gives digits a golden sheen), I Theodora You (a perfect ballet-slipper pink) and When Monkeys Fly! (a thick, multidimensional glitter varnish). OPI Oz the Great and Powerful Collection nail lacquers, $9 each, at Ulta, 61-35 Junction Blvd between Horace Harding Expwy and 62nd Dr, Rego Park, Queens (718-699-9004, ulta.com)

  • Through its partnership with Disney, HSN has tapped high-end designers such as Badgley Mischka, Adrienne Landau and Naeem Khan to create more than 400 items based off the unique styles and color palettes of the movie’s three witches. We could easily see peaceful Glinda wearing Carol Brodie’s beautiful cocktail ring, and the powerful Evanora (played by Rachel Weisz) rocking Sharif Couture’s vibrant bag featuring an attached feather. Rarities by Carol Brodie vermeil chalcedony and white-topaz ring, $170; and Sharif Couture Brushstroke gloss leather flap bag with feather, $190; both at hsn.com

Whether you want to channel ethereal witch Glinda (played by Michelle Williams) or the vampy, naive Theodora (Mila Kunis), Urban Decay has got you covered with two limited-edition makeup tins (available through March). Each contains eight brand-new eye shadow colors, an eye pencil and a high-gloss lip crayon, as well as step-by-step instructions for getting the beauty looks. The Glinda palette will give you a more natural face with pale peach, gray and purple hues, a nude lip and an eggplant liner. We’re partial to the deep shades in the Theodora set, featuring chocolate-brown, metallic-gold and deep-green shadows alongside a black eye pencil and bright crimson lipstick. All you need is a matching red floppy hat and you’ll be on your way to Oz. Urban Decay Oz the Great and Powerful palettes, $49 each, at Sephora, locations throughout the city; visit sephora.com

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