Before the work of Eudon Choi took the runway at London Fashion Week, makeup artist Lucy Bridge from M·A·C Cosmetics walked us through creating a unique look.
Before the show models took the stage at London Fashion Week to present the styles of Roksanda, M·A·C Cosmetics artist Miranda Joyce designed the look of the makeup.
Before the Peter Pilotto show at London Fashion Week, makeup artist Thomas de Kluyver from M·A·C Cosmetics prepared the models for the runway and discussed his inspirations.
The tunes at Moschino designer Jeremy Scott and MAC Cosmetic’s launch party at Public Arts for their new makeup line collaboration weren’t the only things bumping. Inspired by the supermodel and music scene that took over 1980’s and 90’s lower Manhattan, each product is disguised either as a boom box, a mixtape, and even a CD… remember those?
Many only get to see the glamour and poise on the runway. However, before the show, the backstage mania is very real and is a unique experience, all on its own.
At Esteban Cortazar’s presentation beauty looks were inspired by natural looks and simplicity.
It was difficult to want to blink at Christian Cowan’s Fall/Winter 2018 collection at New York Fashion Week this past Saturday, February 10th, for a variety of reasons.
The 2018 New York Fashion Week kicked off this past Thursday and American designer and MILLY co-founder Michelle Smith was amongst the many big names in fashion to preview her Fall/Winter 2018 Collection on Friday.
Gypsy Sport debuted a very diverse collection with a diverse cast of models. It is refreshing to see a runway full of different ethnicities, skin tones, as well as shapes and sizes for a show. The collection features many colors as well as pieces reminiscent of a 90’s DIY vibe but mixed with modern brands, logos, and silhouettes. The collection is also a reflection of a modern gypsy warrior who is on top of the trends while staying true to their own aesthetic.
Many of the pieces follow the trends we have seen on other runways with exaggerated sleeve silhouettes as well as gathered ginghams and plaid. However these pieces in the Gypsy Sport collection are put together in a unique patchwork way that can only be described as bold. The experimental collection showed different patchwork techniques that included frayed ends, hardware as well as more sophisticated needlework.
In addition to the diverse cast of models, it is clear the collection took inspiration from different cultures to represent the world as a melting pot. There are motifs from the United States, Asia, the Middle East as well as South America. The collection is so different from others we have seen on runway in Paris and it is something that the fashion world should follow suit in.
The beauty was presented by Mac Cosmetics! The models were presented with natural hair textures and cultural hair styles as a nod to the inspiration as well as their ethnicity. The makeup on the models was minimal to highlight the natural beauty of each model as well as their ethnicities. Bold lip colors were a great addition to the look to unify the models and to compliment the final look.
Andreas Kronthaler embraced individuality and uniqueness this season with a special collaboration with Vivienne Westwood showcased at Paris Fashion Week on September 30.