The beauty industry is already preparing for the next season bringing to the public the latest beauty products to help you look your absolute best every single time. Take a glimpse at the next season's nail polish trends and take a glimpse at some sexy dark hues.

Sometimes it's good to take a break from the eye popping summer nail polish shades and turn your attention towards deeper, more intense and equally mesmerizing shades. And, because it is never too early to start preparing for the next season, taking a glimpse at the collections retailers will have in store for us is always a good idea.

The Deborah Lippmann brand takes inspiration from fashion designers and fashion shows in general in order to help fashionistas stay on top of the latest trends at all times. Here's what she says:

'I have worked directly with some of the world’s top fashion designers on everything from ad campaigns to fashion shows. When I set out to select nail looks for the fall 2011 collections, I noticed a common theme among all of my collaborators: warmth. The clothes featured vivid, lush earth tones—think lush greens, rich reds and intense golds.'

'I wanted to capture a similar heat and earthiness in the accompanying polishes, but with an added punch. Billionaire, a moody hunter green, Brick House, a shimmering rust, and Single Ladies, a flirtatious red, all have warm undertones, which give them a beautiful intensity, but also have a jewel-like quality so they really make nails pop.'

The newest Deborah Lippmann collection features four creamy nail lacquers. Aside from the three shades that were beautifully described by Deborah herself, the forth color from the collection, 'Stormy Weather' is essentially a collaboration with fashion designer Narciso Rodriguez. The edgy granite tone created was created by Deborah in only 24 hours, however, the result is absolutely spectacular.

Wondering where you will be able to find these 4 new fabulous shades? Well, it appears that the Deborah Lippmann fall 2011 collection will be available in stores like Nordstrom, Barneys New York, and Neiman Marcus, as well as online at the brand's official website Each nail lacquer shade will be sold for $16.

Photo courtesy of Deborah Lippmann