Theyskens' Theory is known for cool, downtown looks, and the inspiration behind the Fall 2012 collection is unexpected... it's Grandma. Effortless hair floated down the runway thanks to a clever hair trick, and the makeup palette included warm bronze shades, taken from someone Granny might look to for beauty inspiration: the late Italian designer Elsa Schiaparelli. On Annie: BCBG; hair by TRESemmé.View Transcript »
Hey everyone. It's Annie with your Bella Beauty Beat backstage at Theyskens' Theory at New York Fashion Week. The look here Granny-Chic. So look out the pictures of your grandma, because you're going to use her for inspiration. You're going to love the hairstyle because this is so easy to do. It's pretty much blow-dry and go. The hair had a floaty look and there's a secret trick that created braids underneath the hair to get rid of some some of the volumes. The hair had a lot of movement. When the girl moves, it flies. A select treat because it's winter. the New York street girl, but in winter because you have so much clothes. You show up with your hair curly then you look devil. So, you need to make yourself thin elegant. The makeup has warm, bronze colors. Kind of you've chipped off the tones of the 60's and modernize them. Maybe then Grandma would have been inspired by someone else's Schiaparelli. So, it's the cooler way that maybe how Grandma would have done it. It's like the sort of old-fashioned color which looks really fresh and modern. And I think it's great to take inspiration from the history of your family. That's really cool especially if they had money like these girls. Theyskens' Theory is known for having a cool, downtown look and we're loving this new interpretation for Fall 2012. Thanks for watching BellaSugar TV and stay tuned for more from New York Fashion Week.