At Anthony Vaccarello A/W ’14, the look was all about a graphic eye in shades of red and black. “Anthony’s collection is graphic and modern, edged with accents of color. I created a makeup look in the style of graphic fashion illustrations with ultrafine lines of black and red to accent the eye. The look is sophisticated and arty cool.” explained lead artist Tom Pecheux, Estée Lauder Creative Makeup Director.
At Missoni A/W 2014, makeup artist Lucia Pieroni created “cool girls in their boyfriends’ coats, at the bus stop at 6 in the morning” with blocks of graphic eyeliner and dewy skin.
At the Dolce & Gabbana A/W ’14 show in Milan, Pat McGrath, brand Creative Advisor of Dolce & Gabbana Make Up, created a makeup look evoking a feeling of “enchanted beauty” while Redken Creative Consultant Guido swept the hair up in a soft, romantic style.
Spidery lashes makes a comeback once again at Prada A/W ’14. The look was first spotted at Lavin and Gucci A/W ’11 and this time time around, beauty guru Pat McGrath gave it a more “theatrical” twist. While certain models wore it with clean skin and bare lips, others paired it with a red lip and the rest were given a teal-blue lid and stained cherry lip to go with the look.
With “melancholy with a touch of techno” serving as inspiration behind the Giles A/W 2014 Collection, makeup artist Lucia Pieroni working for MAC Cosmetics created a beautiful street punk makeup look with smoky lids and a pop of blue on the lower eye.
To complement the bright collection at J. Mendel A/W 2014, makeup artist Dick Page working for Maybelline created a gorgeous monochrome look on the models.