In glancing back at the many Miu Miu  presentations, one thing is certain: designer Miuccia Prada has a thing for the eyes. Every season, her team seems to find new ways to bring light to this stunning feature. While the shoes may be the brand's shining glory, these top makeup palettes could rival any fancy footwear. In honor of Paris Fashion Week, which starts next Tuesday, take a closer look at the best beauty from the fashion brand's runways past.
Models sported girl-next-door beauty with matte red lipstick and tousled hair. Lashes were painted white, however, for a surprising spin on a classic look.
The Fall 2007 presentation was tame in comparison to many other Miu Miu  shows, but the focus was still all on the eyes, as bold brows dominated the style.
This sleek half-do played on the geometric patterns in Miu Miu 's Spring 2008 designs.
Although the hair was part stickup, part ski slopes, makeup was ultramodern with glossy, wine-stained lips and teal eyeliner.
To complement the sheer fabrics on the Fall 2009 runway, models were swathed in sparkly makeup, while dark eye shadow gave a sultry vibe.
The braids and eyelashes were longer-than-life at the Spring 2010 showcase, and makeup had a nude, matte finish.
Miu Miu  never disappoints when it comes to daring and bright eye makeup ideas. For Fall 2010, for instance, the purple and orange eyeliner looked like something out of a cartoon dream.
Retro rolls and shoulder pads fit in just as well on the modern catwalk as they originally did back in 1940s America.
The slicked-down, helmut hair and red eye shadow lent a grungy feel to the Spring 2012 runway.
Erased eyebrows, contrasting white and power blue shadows, and bejeweled eye accents created a look fit for Cirque du Soleil on the Fall 2012 catwalk.
Models were given a comb-over and petite bangs for the Spring 2013 show, but the main attraction was the dramatic winged eyeliner with a bold color scheme.
For Fall 2013, Miuccia Prada  moved away from her usual strong eye makeup, instead going for a richly stained lip on the runway.