2014, Badgley Mischka, Carolina Herrera, Charlotte Tilbury, Diane Dendal, Dick Page, Eyes, Face, Fashion, Fashion Week, Jason Wu, Kabuki, Lancôcome, Lips, MAC, Makeup, Makeup Artist, Michael Kors, New York, New York Fashion Week, Prabal Gurung, Spring, Summer, Tom Pecheux, Zac Posen
As promised I did say that I was going to try and get at least 2 posts a day out and here’s the 2nd one. While NYFW is going on full swing in these cold temperatures, it hasn’t stopped not one single fashionista to be in attendance in order to see what trends we’re going to be drooling over… and neither can’t I.
We start with Zac Posen. His dresses are always beyond gorgeous and I know for a fact that his models were going to come down the catwalk looking beautiful and they did not disappoint. Kabuki, lead artist at MAC, created this look by being inspired from Marie Antoinette to ballerinas. Muted brows and graphic eyeliner with shades of beautiful pinks with a dewy fresh face. Just gorgeous all around.
Carolina Herrera has always been one of my favorites and this year she was bold with her ensembles but the makeup was clean and flawless. Makeup artist Diane Kendal decided that bold, stenciled in brows with eye shadow was great for impact on such beautiful dresses with a sheer taupe shadow on the lids. She also used blushes Hush and Luna to give them a great glow and to finish off the look Boysenberry lipstick which was then smudged off with tissue. Gorge.
Badgley Mischka’s models came down the runway looking like fresh daisies 🙂 I love the color scheme that Tom Pecheux used which were aqua blues on the eyes and coral for the lips.
Michael Kors’ models are always known to look healthy and bronzed, and with this line there was no exception, so makeup artist Dick Page decided to keep everything focused on the designs coming down the runway rather than on the model herself. Dick used 2 bronzers from the Kors collection in Sporty and Sexy for the glow and berry lips in Dame also from the Kors makeup collection.
How gorgeous is this brown and gold glittered eye shadow?! Jason Wu definitely had a vision, and this is a vision! This chocolate smokey eye was created by Diane Kendal using Lancôme products such as Le Crayon Khôl in Black Coffee and Lancôme Color Design Eye Brightening All-in-One 5 Pan Shadow & Liner in Bronze Amour. Then they applied loose glitter, a think black line and two coats of mascara.
Prabal Gurung has always had a thing with 1950’s inspired looks, so makeup artist great Charlotte Tilbury used bright orange, lilacs, and pinks on the lips for his models. So for this look it was as natural as possible, no brow sculpting, no mascara, no eye shadows, and no contouring.
What do you guys think so far of the looks coming down? Do you think we’ll be wearing these trends? What about the bold lips? The eyes?