Hairstylist Sam McKnight and makeup artist Tom Pechaux were the dynamic duo beyond this statement hair and makeup on the Chanel runway. The edginess of what McKnight called “rockabilly rolls” were offset by soft and shimmering emerald and gold eyeshadows.
The beauty look at Fendi is something we feel we could duplicate. When doing your winged liner, start the flick as you normally would, then just keep going, and going and going. It will be memorable, to say the least. The hair look is best left to professionals.
Iris Van Herpen
The infamous mullet slogan ("business in the front, party in the back") seems to apply to the look at Iris Van Herpen. We were surprised (and delighted) with this edgy twist on what looked like a classic ponytail.
Applied incorrectly, pink eyeshadow tends to look…contagious. This was not the case Armani Privé, where a wash of eyeshadow was combined with eyeliner and plenty of mascara for a feminine, wearable result.
Ralph & Russo
Ralph & Russo took the classic red lip back to the '80s by pairing it with pink and purple eyeshadow.
Dolly Parton told us that the bigger the hair, the closer to God, so the models at Valentino must have been positively angelic. Not a look we recommend wearing when going to concerts or movies.
Yes, yes, yes to this metallic nymph princess look at Givenchy. Other models wore a strong contour and a soft wing liner = simplistic perfection.
We will never tire of the simple statement of a ponytail bound with string, as shown at Christian Dior. A couture look that I'm RTW.
Viktor & Rolf
This midnight-black eyeshadow at Viktor & Rolf had a glitter to it, which perfectly matched the sparkly black runway.
If you’re in a committed relationship with wearing your hair down, the deep side part, as seen at Elie Saab, is an easy way to switch up your look without doing anything drastic.
Flower crowns, but make it fashion at Valentino.