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Genie Braids, Pierced Brows, and More! 360 Degrees of Fashion Week Beauty

Sep 13 2014 - 12:06pm

As serious beauty junkies, waiting for the start of New York Fashion Week is almost painful. While looking at sketches of what we'll see on the catwalk [1] is cool, we're anxiously awaiting face charts, straining our ears for any whispers of nail art, and hoping that the newest trendy lipstick shade will look good on our skin tones. Now that it's finally here, all we want is to see the beauty looks in one place — like an inspirational scrapbook. Like the old saying goes, if you want it done right, do it yourself; this week, we'll be rounding up all the best hair and makeup looks from the runways. And trust us — they're majorly pin-worthy.

Source: Getty [2]

Jeremy Scott Spring 2015

Hair: Eugene Souleiman for Wella [3] Professionals

Inspiration: The surfer theme of the collection led to the creation of a chic, windswept style. Souleiman crimped and braided random sections of hair, spritzing the whole look with Wella Professionals Ocean Spritz [4] ($16) for added texture.

Courtesy of DeVries Global

Clover Canyon Spring 2015

Makeup: Sarah Lucero for Stila [5] Cosmetics

Inspiration: Lucero paid homage to the collection's Far East theme with a bright red lip using Stila's Stay All Day Liquid Lipstick in Tesoro [6] ($22).

Courtesy of Linda Gaunt Communications

Steven Alan Spring 2015

Makeup: Katey Denno for Burt's Bees

Inspiration: Steven Alan [7]'s vision of natural beauty was paralleled in the lip color. Denno custom-matched Burt's Bees Lip Crayons [8] ($9) to each model's natural lip hue, then added extra layers to build the intensity.

Courtesy of Tractenberg and Co.

Osklen Spring 2015

Hair: Antoinette Beenders for Aveda

Inspiration: The entire collection was based on Inhotim, an outdoor contemporary-art museum in Brazil. Beenders kept the front of the style soft and billowy and draped the Osklen flower necklace over the hair.

Courtesy of Aveda

Thom Browne Spring 2015

Hair: Jimmy Paul

Makeup: Sil Bruinisma for MAC Cosmetics

Inspiration: Bruinisma was inspired by Twiggy's 1967 Vogue cover. He heavily defined models' eyes with liner, added layers of mascara, and applied two sets of lashes to the upper eyelid.

Proenza Schouler Spring 2015

Hair: Guido for Redken

Makeup: Diane Kendal for MAC Cosmetics

Ralph Lauren Spring 2015

Hair: Guido for Redken

Makeup: Tom Pecheux for MAC Cosmetics

Inspiration: The safari-like collection translated to bronzed skin, lightly blushed cheeks, and a trace amount of gold shimmer along the lower lash line.

Marc Jacobs Spring 2015

Hair: Guido for Redken

Makeup: Francois Nars [9] for Nars Cosmetics

Inspiration: The inspiration for the collection was uniforms, which was clear in the beauty backstage: every model looked the same! The models' faces were completely bare save for moisturizer, and they all sported the same blunt, black wig. "The set is the makeup," joked Nars, referring to the hot-pink hue of the house.

J. Mendel Spring 2015

Hair: Odile Gilbert for Kérastase [10]

Makeup: Yadim for Maybelline [11]

Inspiration: Gilbert kept the hair sleek and modern with a midheight ponytail. The makeup was equally simple with all neutral tones and very little foundation.

Calvin Klein Spring 2015

A Detacher Spring 2015

Hair: Shiseido [12]

Makeup: Shiseido

Inspiration: Star patterns from the collection's pieces appeared sprinkled on models' cheekbones for a whimsical look.

Jenny Packham Spring 2015

Hair: Antonio Corral Calero for Moroccanoil

Inspiration: The collection was inspired by Old Hollywood glamour, but Calero modernized this look in the hair by creating a more disheveled style, similar to the hair of a mistress sneaking out of a hotel the morning after.

Naeem Khan

Hair: Sally Hershberger and Travis Speck for Sally Hershberger Downtown Salon

Makeup: James Boehmer for Nars [13] Cosmetics

Inspiration: The collection was inspired by the late Lauren Bacall and evolved into a "pretty but not precious" modern take on the '40s and '50s. Boehmer created a look that was a little sportier, sculpting the eye with blush and dabbing Nars lipstick in Ingrid [14] ($32) on the center of the lip for a wine-stained pout.

Pamella Roland Spring 2015

Hair: Ted Gibson

Makeup: Matin Maulawizada for Laura Mercier [15]

Inspiration: The collection's "gardens of Kyoto" theme was echoed in the cherry-blossom-hued cheeks of the models, created with Laura Mercier Cream Blush in Rosebud [16] ($25).

Hugo Boss Spring 2015

Hair: Guido for Redken

Inspiration: With an upscale, modern woman in mind, Guido created a center part and kept the hair off the face.

Vera Wang Spring 2015

Hair: Paul Hanlon for Schwarzkopf [17]

Makeup: Lucia Pieroni for Clé de Peau Beauté

Inspiration: The inspiration behind the hair was a "call girl with a strong eye for fashion." Hanlon added texture to hair by curling hair and creating small fishtail braids behind each ear.

Bibhu Mohapatra Spring 2015

Makeup: Yadim for Maybelline [18] New York

Bibhu Mohapatra Spring 2015

Hair: Amit Abraham for L'Oréal Professionel

Inspiration: The collection was inspired by Nancy Cunard, an activist and heiress of the Jazz Age. Abraham used this to create the hairstyle of a controversial, rule-breaking woman. Braids and chignons were combined for a global, iconoclastic look.

Erin Fetherston Spring 2015

Erin Fetherston Spring 2015

Anna Sui Spring 2015

Hair: Garren

Makeup: Pat McGrath

Inspiration: McGrath went for a "cosmic, rock and roll" beauty look, adding loose glitter to the corners of the eyes and the centers of the top and bottom lash lines.

Betsey Johnson Spring 2015

Hair: Nadirah Volpe for Sexy Hair

Makeup: Kelly Thompson from Kryolan

Inspiration: Rita Ora's modern-day Marilyn Monroe hairstyle was the inspiration for the locks at Betsey Johnson [19].

Cynthia Rowley Spring 2015

Vivienne Tam Spring 2015

Rag & Bone Spring 2015

Hair: Paul Hanlon

Makeup: Gucci Westman for Nars [20] Cosmetics

Inspiration: Due to the sporty, athletic feel to the collection, Westman chose to create an effortless beauty look. "It's less complicated and more real," said Westman. For a dewy glow, she used Nars The Multiple in Copacabana [21] ($39).

The Blonds Spring 2015

Makeup: Kabuki for MAC Cosmetics

Inspiration: The inspiration for the collection was "gangsta genie" combined with Hispanic gang symbolism and patron saints. Kabuki created this look based on Marlene Dietrich in Kismet "if she were a chola." Lips were overdrawn and filled in with a lighter lipstick for a dimensional look. Pure Gold Super Slick liner was applied directly over BlackTrack Fluidline [22] for a bold, glittering cat eye.

The Blonds Spring 2015

Hair: Nick Irwin for Tigi

Inspiration: Irwin described the look as "madness," celebrating the brand's over-the-top aesthetic. Irwin used nine packets of Kanekalon [23] ($2) to create each braid. The plaits had a doughnut-shaped piece at the end to affix them to the models' real hair (in a bun beneath the braid). Finally, hair was shaped into script "Blonds" and glued on to the forehead for a look that was "fashionable couture" but not fantasy.

Alice + Olivia Spring 2015

Makeup: Sarah Lucero for Stila [24] Cosmetics

Inspiration: The collection's Marie Antoinette theme resulted in a fresh, youthful take on contouring. Instead of using dark shades for shadow, Lucero focused on using multiple highlighting products (including Stila's Baked Cheek Duo in Pink Glow [25], $24) to create both brightness and depth on the models' faces.

Photo courtesy of Linda Gaunt Communications [26]

Alice + Olivia Spring 2015

Hair: Michael Dueñas for Schwarzkopf [27] Professional

Inspiration: To go with the overall aesthetic of French royalty, Dueñas wove billowing scarves into braided buns for a structured yet romantic style.

Courtesy of Beach House PR

Oscar de la Renta Spring 2015

Hair: Orlando Pita

Makeup: Gucci Westman for Hourglass Cosmetics

Inspiration: Westman was inspired by graphic prints in the collection. She combined two different liners — Calligraphy Liquid Eye Liner [28] ($32) and 1.5mm Mechanical Gel Eye Liner [29] ($45) — for an inky, graphic cat eye.

Diesel Spring 2015

Hair: Guido for Redken

Makeup:Pat McGrath for CoverGirl

Inspiration: Guido created a more modern take on the ponytail with a deep side part and an ultraglossy finish.

Zero + Maria Cornejo Spring 2015

Hair: James Pecis for Phyto

Makeup: Dick Page for Shiseido [30]

Inspiration: Using the words "fresh, summery, innocent, naive, and clean" (which were emailed to him before the show), Pecis created a strong part, leaving the rest of the hair light and airy.

Marc by Marc Jacobs Spring 2015

Hair: Guido for Redken

Makeup: Diane Kendal for Marc Jacobs [31] Beauty

Inspiration: A cooler, chicer take on the raver girl was the source of inspiration for both hair and makeup. An innocent yet edgy twist on the mohawk was spritzed with Evian, and a bit of gloss was applied to the cheekbones to make the overall look appear sweaty.

Rodarte Spring 2015

Makeup: James Kaliardos for Nars [32] Cosmetics

Inspiration: The collection was aiming for a "cool-girl-chic aesthetic." The faux eyebrow piercings, meant to be more of a facial accessory than a punk statement, were glued on individually.

Badgley Mischka Spring 2015

Hair: Peter Gray for Moroccanoil

Makeup: Tom Pecheux for MAC Cosmetics

Inspiration: The collection's theme was "Marie Antoinette in the East Village," so Gray created a rough, edgy look with a downtown feel by creating a dirty texture and adding in colored extensions. Pecheux matched the fake hair hues on each model's brows using eye shadow, leaving the rest of the face nearly entirely bare.

Lela Rose Spring 2015

Hair: Esther Langham for Beauty.com using Alterna [33] Haircare and T3 tools

Makeup: Tina Turnbow for Beauty.com using Kevyn Aucoin [34] cosmetics

Inspiration: The work of contemporary Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama and her unique approach to graphics and florals were sources of inspiration for the collection. Using Kevyn Aucoin's eye pencil in Defining Navy [35] ($26), Turnbow created a smoked-out cat eye that was both romantic and edgy.

3.1 Phillip Lim Spring 2015

Makeup: Francelle Daly for Nars [36] Cosmetics

Inspiration: Using the airy transparency of the collection as a reference point, Daly created sensual, glowing skin on each of the models, inspired by morning light.

Donna Karan Spring 2015

Makeup: Charlotte Tilbury for MAC Cosmetics

Inspiration: Karan requested "dewy, hot skin" for the models, which Tilbury achieved by applying lots of moisturizer to the body and face. She then used matte eye products to create a neutral smoky eye, resulting in a textured look.

Donna Karan Spring 2015

Hair: Eugene Souleiman for Wella [37]

Inspiration: Hair was used as an accessory at Donna Karan [38], where Souleiman incorporated real and fake hair into gorgeous rope braids that took four hands to achieve.

Zac Posen Spring 2015

Hair: Odile Gilbert for Kérastase [39]

Makeup: Kabuki for MAC Cosmetics

Inspiration: The streamlined feel of the collection resulted in a stronger, sexier look, echoed in the glossy pompadour and matte skin. Instead of highlighter on the high points of the face, Kabuki used Matchmaster Foundation [40] ($35) to avoid any shine.

Libertine Spring 2015

Hair: Nick Irwin for Tigi

Makeup: Chantel Miller for MAC Cosmetics

Inspiration: The collection was inspired by women from two eras: London's swinging '60s and the '90s raver. To give the impression of being lived-in, dangerous, and loose, eye makeup was smudged with a wet cotton swab on an otherwise bare face. Hair was roughed up between stylists' palms for a dirty cool-girl look.

Tommy Hilfiger Spring 2015

Inspiration: Star tattoos gave a nod to the motif that was seen throughout the collection — as a clothing print and jewelry accessory.

Carolina Herrera Spring 2015

Hair: Orlando Pita for BioSilk [41]

Inspiration: The collection's bold prints were reminiscent of a geisha's formal attire. Pita used this Japanese influence in the hair by creating a highly structured "sumo-knot" style.

Tibi Spring 2015

Makeup: Kimberly Soane for Bobbi Brown [42]

Inspiration: Soane looked to the monochromatic earth tones found in the collection, creating a look with windswept cheeks and warm, neutral eyes.

Tibi Spring 2015

Hair: Frank Rizzieri for Aveda

Inspiration: Japanese culture influences the collection, so Rizzieri made the locks sleek and structured by pulling back each model's locks with a matching bungee band [43].

Christian Siriano Spring 2015

Hair: Anthony Cole for Sebastian Professional [44]

Makeup: Polly Osmond for MAC Cosmetics

Inspiration: The collection gave a nod to the glass sculptures of Sergio Redegalli — an idea that was visible in crystal embroidery and laser-cut designs. Osmond mixed Marine Ultra and Cyan pigments to create a navy hue that she painted onto lashes, then topped them off with glittery false lashes.

Victoria Beckham Spring 2015

Hair: Guido for Redken

Makeup: Pat McGrath

Inspiration: McGrath and Guido both wanted a fresh, youthful look that wouldn't overpower the clothes. McGrath applied a blend of lipstick and lip balm with a finger, then tissue-dabbed it off for an ultranatural look.

DKNY Spring 2015

Hair: Eugene Souleiman for Wella [45] Professionals

Makeup: Yadim for Maybelline [46] New York

Inspiration: As usual, the look at DKNY [47] was inspired by the women of NYC (there were even some models cast from the city streets). The hair was mean to mimic the '90s look with slicked-back baby hairs and zigzaggy parts. The makeup was purposefully "sweaty" to give the appearance of women who have been walking around the city.

Versus Spring 2015

Hair: Guido for Redken

Inspiration: Guido looked to the Versace [48] campaigns of the 1990s for inspiration, working with each model's natural hair texture to create a sexy, undone look.

Nanette Lepore Spring 2015

Hair: Redken

Makeup: Grace Lee for Maybelline [49] New York

Inspiration: Lee's muse for this look was a beautiful woman walking down the beach wearing a breezy caftan. She used silver shadow for the double-winged cat eye and applied cult-favorite Baby Lips to the cheekbone as a highlighter.

Diane von Furstenberg Spring 2015

Hair: Orlando Pita for BioSilk [50]

Makeup: Pat McGrath

Inspiration: The French Riviera and Brigitte Bardot were key sources of inspiration for DVF's Spring 2015 show. But you won't see the big Bumpit height near the crown. Orlando Pita used BioSilk Texturizing Powder [51] ($13) to create volume instead. Meanwhile, the makeup was classic sex kitten: a muted smoky eye and pouty pink lips.

Tracy Reese Spring 2015

Hair: Scunci [52]

Makeup: Daniel Martin for NYX [53] Cosmetics

Inspiration: The hair was all about sporty-chic ponytails. Scunci created custom-colored headbands for the Tracy Reese [54] runway that will be on sale Spring 2015. The texturized ponytails were looped under into the headband for that just-left-Spin-class style. The makeup was all about the eye with a squared-off liner and black, banana-shaped line in the crease.

Thakoon Spring 2015

Hair: Odile Gilbert for Kérastase [55]

Makeup: Diane Kendal for Nars [56] Cosmetics

Inspiration: Think Tahitian goddesses just getting out of the ocean. The hair and makeup at Thakoon [57] were meant to have a glossy, wet element. The eyes were covered in a clear sheen, and the hair was spritzed with Kérastase Gloss Appeal [58] ($37). Anyone else craving a dip in the ocean?

Suno Spring 2015

Makeup: Alice Lane for Maybelline [59] New York

Inspiration: The colors of Georgia O'Keeffe's artwork were a major inspiration backstage. For a natural pink cheek, Lane blended Maybelline Color Sensational lipstick [60] ($7) in Red Revival on the cheekbones.

Suno Spring 2015

Hair: Odile Gilbert for Kérastase [61]

Inspiration: Gilbert wanted the models to look like they were going out after a day at the beach. Gilbert made each model's hair appear wet at the crown but dry at the braid's tail, as if she'd pulled her hair back postswim.

Jill Stuart Spring 2015

Hair: James Pecis for Moroccanoil

Makeup: Sephora [62] PRO

Inspiration: The collection had the relaxed vibe of the '70s, which was reflected in the beauty look. The easygoing styles of Brooke Shields [63] and Jerry Hall were sourced by the designer. The star of the makeup look was the feline smoky eye that shined with a topcoat of lip gloss.

Charlotte Ronson Spring 2015

Hair: Stephanie Hayes for Batiste [64]

Makeup: Dani Fonseca for Temptu

Inspiration: Hayes wanted to create a look that evoked a busy, everyday woman. Hayes created a bend in each model's hair (not unlike the one created by putting damp hair in a ponytail), then made the ends look wet with a touch of hair serum.

Prabal Gurung Spring 2015

Hair: Paul Hanlon for Tresemmé

Makeup: Diane Kendal for Lancome

Inspiration: Post-workout updos were the inspiration at Prabal. Hanlon used mousse to create a textured look similar to a sweaty ponytail.

Hervé Léger Spring 2015

Hair: Orlando Pita for Chi Hair Care

Makeup: Val Garland for MAC Cosmetics

Inspiration: The collection was inspired by an onna-bugeisha, a female samurai warrior, which Pita reflected with a "hard" half-up style.

Altuzarra Spring 2015

Makeup: Tom Pecheux for MAC Cosmetics

Inspiration: The collection was inspired by love, glamour, and romance. Pecheux cut false-lash strips into sections and placed them on the center of the lid for a sweet, dolly-girl effect.

Altuzarra Spring 2015

Hair: Odile Gilbert for Kérastase [65]

Inspiration: Gilbert's muse for this look was Catherine Deneuve in Belle de Jour. Gilbert's twist on the classic chignon bent the ends into a heart-like shape for the ultimate romantic updo.

Alexander Wang Spring 2015

Hair: Guido for Redken

Makeup: Diane Kendal for Nars [66] Cosmetics

Inspiration: The surprising muse behind this ascetic beauty look? "Sneakerheads," aka people who fetishize sneakers. Kendal bleached the eyebrows to create a tonal, athletic look.

Dannijo Spring 2015

Hair: Rodney Cutler for Cutler/Redken Salon

Inspiration: Incorporating the collection's theme of travel, Cutler created a "natural, Mongolian tribal feel" with a taut fishtail that transformed into a sleek, long ponytail.

Dannijo Spring 2015

Makeup: Yadim for Maybelline [67] New York

Inspiration: Using the collection's feel of tribal modernism, Yadim gave models different but similar makeup looks so they would appear as "part of the same tribe." He layered multiple bronze hues for this eye look to make the jewelry pop.

Alina German Spring 2015

Hair: Matt Fugate for Chi Hair Care

Inspiration: A chic girl who just surfaced after a long swim. Fugate wanted a very modern, edgy look that wouldn't overpower the lip or the clothes.

Makeup: Inglot

Yoana Baraschi Spring 2015

Makeup: Katie Jane Hughes for Butter London [68]

Inspiration: A modern take on African warrior beauty. The cat-eye-shaped liner across the crease is a pretty, feminine re-creation of war paint, while the red lip represents strength.

Photo courtesy of Butter London [69]

Ann Yee Spring 2015

Hair: Jon Reyman for Aveda

Inspiration: Using Ann Yee's vision for the collection (unpredictable weather patterns), Reyman created frenzied waves that were smooth against the crown but expanded into a full ponytail.

Photo courtesy of Aveda [70]

Ann Yee Spring 2015

Makeup: MAC Cosmetics

Nicholas K Spring 2015

Makeup: Lauren Andersen for Avon [71]

Inspiration: Andersen took cues from the Saharan theme of the collection by giving the models a barefaced matte look, then focusing on the inner corner of the eyes with sharp gel liner.

Photo courtesy of Avon [72]

BCBG Max Azria Spring 2015

Hair: Orlando Pita for Chi Hair Care

Makeup: Val Garland for MAC Cosmetics

Inspiration: Using the collection's inspiration of timeless elegance, Pita styled the models' hair straight with lots of movement, embodying a "carefree spirit."

Lisa Perry Spring 2015

Hair: Didier Malige of Art Partner for René Furterer

Makeup: Lyne Desnoyers for MAC Cosmetics

Inspiration: A fresh take on mod. The eyebrow-grazing half bangs and pale lips were a nod to Twiggy.

Richard Chai Spring 2015

Hair: Frank Rizzieri for Aveda

Inspiration: Cool-girl chic. By working with each girl's natural texture, hair type, and fall, Rizzieri created a look that was similar to fresh-from-the-shower, air-dried hair.

Coach Spring 2015

Hair: Guido for Redken

Inspiration: Guido incorporated the '70s vibe of the Coach collection by creating a low, sexy side part, then tucking the hair behind the ear.

Source: Lucas Flores Piran for Redken

Tome Spring 2015

Makeup: James Boehmer for Nars [73] Cosmetics

Inspiration: The collection drew inspiration from two Indian artists, so Boehmer melded "traditional elements of the Indian culture and modern makeup" with matte skin, liquid liner, and bare lashes.

Tome Spring 2015

Hair: Lauren McCowan for Evo [74] Hair

Honor Spring 2015

Hair: James Pecis for Beauty.com

Makeup: Polly Osmond for Beauty.com

Inspiration: "A young girl who falls for a bad boy." Hair was kept in a simple low pony with amped volume.

Marissa Webb Spring 2015

Makeup: Yadim for Maybelline [75] New York

Inspiration: Masculinity vs. femininity. Yadim modernized the smoky eye by blending and applying two shades of Maybelline's Master Kajal [76] ($8) eyeliner (Onyx Rush and Charcoal Skies).

Marissa Webb Spring 2015

Hair: Jeanie Syfu for Tresemmé

Inspiration: East Coast-meets-West Coast warrior. Syfu created five-strand braids with pompadours for extra edge.

Costello Tagliapietra

Makeup: Tina Turnbow for Beauty.com

Inspiration: Fresh, ethereal, and dewy. Turnbow used cream blush for a natural flush and lined eyes with a brush loaded with mascara.

Desigual Spring 2015

Hair: Marco Santini for Amika [77]

Makeup: Gordon Espinet for MAC Cosmetics

Inspiration: A young girl who loves busy patterns, vibrant colors, and folkloric art. This inspiration is particularly clear in the floral crown Santini placed atop each model before she walked the runway. Espinet layered highlighter on top of blush for extra freshness.

Kaelen Spring 2015

Hair: Amy Farid for Oribe [78]

Inspiration: The squeaky-clean coif of Marcia Brady. The hair was brushed with Mason Pearson [79] tools for extra shine.

Photo courtesy of Oribe [80]

Saunder Spring 2015

Hair: Nunzio Saviano

Makeup: Katie Jane Hughes of Butter London [81]

Inspiration: Rock-and-roll '60s. The collection's use of color was reflected in the bright pink lip.

Cushnie et Ochs Spring 2015

Hair: Antonio Corral Calero for Moroccanoil

Makeup: Yadim for Maybelline [82] New York

Inspiration: Egyptian royalty. The hair was pulled back into a sleek ponytail, while eyes flaunted a bold cat eye reminiscent of Cleopatra.

Tess Giberson Spring 2015

Makeup: Dick Page for Shiseido [83]

Inspiration: Page translated the collection's theme of "synthetic mixed with natural" into an iridescent blue eye with warm skin.

Peter Som Spring 2015

Makeup: Yadim for Maybelline [84] New York

Inspiration: Pop art. Yadim used orange lipstick along the lower lash line, keeping the rest of the face dewy and fresh.

Peter Som Spring 2015

Hair: Eugene Souleiman for Wella [85] Professionals

Inspiration: Equestrian chic. Souleiman pulled the hair back into tight braids, slicking down the sides and top with mousse.

William Okpo Spring 2015

Jason Wu Spring 2015

Hair: Odile Gilbert for Kérastase [86]

Makeup: Diane Kendal for Lancome

Inspiration: To get that look of leftover eyeliner after you wash your face at night, Kendal applied eyeliner and then removed it with a bit of face serum in a Q-tip.

Trina Turk Spring 2015

Hair: Esther Langham for Beauty.com

Makeup: Jason Araujo for Stila [87]

Inspiration: A California girl at a flower market. The beauty look incorporated the brand's bold colors with a vibrant turquoise eye.

Monique Lhuillier Spring 2015

Hair: Recine for Moroccanoil

Makeup: Val Garland for MAC Cosmetics

Inspiration: Feminine yet digital. Garland placed iridescent pieces of cellophane around the models' eyes to give the effect of shattered glass.

Carmen Marc Valvo Spring 2015

Hair: Ted Gibson for Kérastase [88]

Makeup: Romero J for MAC Cosmetics

Inspiration: Old Hollywood glam. Gibson created a soft side chignon to evoke that retro feel, adding a silver streak to make it modern.

Tanya Taylor Spring 2015

Makeup: Uzo for Nars [89] Cosmetics

Inspiration: A woman who appreciates the unexpected. Uzo gave the models fresh, radiant skin and added a surprising orange-red lip.

Photo courtesy of Nars Cosmetics [90]

Tadashi Shoji Spring 2015

Hair: Rodney Cutler for Redken

Makeup: Pep Gay for MAC Cosmetics

Inspiration: Venetian lace. Cutler created a lace-inspired braid in the form of a horizontal chignon.


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