Bespoke beauty looks at Marc Jacobs
Bespoke was the word of the hour at Marc Jacobs where 140 models walked in a seemingly endless array of unique beauty looks. Tying it all together were two central beauty motifs: Black eyeliner and lipstick in shades varying from nude to red.
“It’s a modern take on beauty and an exploration of individuality. There is an individual look for each model,” says the show's makeup lead, Pat Mcgrath, on the inspiration behind the looks.
Slick hair and glistening skin at Proenza Schouler
Slicked back, wet-look hairstyles with glistening, dewy skin to match were on show at Proenza Schouler. “We were inspired by strong, sexy, tough women in the 90s. I wanted it to look like the models had just gotten out of the shower and combed their hair back almost effortlessly,” says Redken Global Creative Director, Guido Palau describing the inspiration behind the hair.
Gilded eyes and sleek ponytails at Tom Ford
Models smouldered in gilded gold eye looks with sharply contoured cheekbones and swept-across ponytails. Lit-from-within skin was achieved using Tom Ford’s soon-to-be-launched Shade and Illuminate Soft Radiance Foundation.
Spangled brows and topiary-shaped hair at Christopher John Rogers
Sparkly brows and creative hair appeared at Christopher John Rogers. Taking inspiration from topiary art, Amika global artistic director, Naeemah LaFond, created personalised hair looks for each model telling WWD:
“I wanted to showcase all kinds of textures and varying shapes and silhouettes and keep it a cohesive story, so the one binding concept is keeping them all structural.”
Royal blue eyeshadow at Tadashi Shoji
Take it from Tadashi Shoji, royal blue is the eyeshadow shade to be seen in this season. The fun look was created by Honest Beauty Creative Color Consultant Daniel Martin who brushed the colour out into an intricate feathered shape to add extra dimension.
Bare skin and ‘rich girl hair’ at Carolina Herrera
Paving the way for her bright garments to take centre stage, Carolina Herrera sent her models down the runway with “simple, but luxe,” hair looks according to Guido, who created this stunning low-slung ponytail look. Also lending to the oh-so expensive vibe was models' flawless, subtly highlighted skin.
Glammed-up gym beauty at Chromat
Taking inspiration from the upcoming Olympics, Chromat gave classic gym-ready hairstyles like braids and high ponytails a nightclub-worthy update, pairing them with neon-shaded eyelids inspired by running shoe stripes.
Kohl-lined eyes and pearl-studded tresses at Alice + Olivia
Alice + Olivia served glammed-up rock ‘n’ vibes coupling heavy, metallic eye makeup with rhinestone-studded hairstyles. Jewellery-adorned partings are set to be a key trend this season and the look has also been spotted on Lucy Boynton at the Oscars and Charlize Theron at the SAG Awards.
This article originally appeared on beautycrew.com.au
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