After getting a sneak peek at the circus carousel center stage at Chanel, the makeup line’s creative director Peter Philips was inspired to gild the models’ eyes. Plus, the lack of accessories in the collection made him want to turn their eyes into ornaments, as he said. Bringing the hue all the way up to the brow really enhances the eye.
Were seen at Baby Phat, BCBG Max Azria, Badgley Mischka, Versace and Chanel.
Apply several coats of golden shadow, leaving lashes bare. Mascara clumps would change the look, Philips said. It would suddenly become very disco.
Cosmetics: Kevyn Aucoin The Sculpting Powder, Chanel Ombre Essentielle in Gold, CoverGirl Eye Enhancers 3-Kit Shadow in Golden Sunset.
Bumble and bumble stylist Laurent Philippon, who gave models at Preen gorgeous waves with stick-straight ends, wanted the hair to have a kind of rumpled sexiness—like late-’80s Kim Basinger in Batman and 9½ Weeks.
Were seen at: Ports 1961, Gucci, Preen, and Salvatore Ferragamo.
After coating wet hair with a heat-protecting spray, tousle strands with fingers while blow-drying, you need a bit of imperfection, Philippon said. Spritz hair with a medium-hold hairspray, then wrap small sections around a one-inch curling iron and rake through with fingers.
Cosmetics: Kérastase Vinyle Nutri-Sculpt, Bumble and bumble Bb Spray de Mode, TRESemmé Heat Tamer Spray.