In contrast to Chanel's elegant clothing, make-up artist Tom Pecheux created this multi-coloured eye for a unique and modern feel.
For a fresh twist on a traditional low ponytail, hair stylist Sam Mcknight twisted, looped and captured the models' manes in a hair net for a chic and detailed finish.
Peter Phillips, creative director of Dior make-up, went in a minimalist direction with brushed-up brows and natural makeup. Paired with the textured hair, this is raw, understated beauty at its best.
If you look a little closer, you will find minature flowers decorating the fingers of the models on the Rodarte runway. The perfect way to pretty up a soft mani for Spring.
The stand-out in this 1940's inspired hair and make-up look is the luminous skin, amplified by highlighter strategically placed in the inner corners of the eyes, along the eyelids and down the centre of the nose.
It's not surprising that iconic duo, hair stylist Eugene Soleiman and makeup artist, Pat McGrath were behind this bold beauty look. Gold hair, rich matte lips and jewellery adorning the pout of the models in multiple different forms make this the strongest we've seen yet.
This makes us want to reach for a top hat right this minute. This teaches us to always compliment style with a bold beauty look to turn heads as you walk into a room. Just add mascara.