At Creatures of the Wind Spring/Summer 2016, models rocked a Siouxsie Sioux inspired glam rock look. “She always had a very strong eye look – it had the same spirit, but was applied differently each time. The look is very eclectic with a lot of layering, which plays off the layering in the collection. It’s punk, tough looking. I loved the richness of the gold against the toughness of the black. It’s an updated, modernized take on eyeliner,” explained de Mey.
Inspired by the joy of flight, the Tadashi Shoji A/W 2015 collection evoked a feeling of weightlessness and aerodynamic seaming that inspirits movement. This translated into a gorgeous beauty look with gold glittery eyes, glossy lips and a sponged nail.
Makeup artist Pat McGrath never ceases to amaze me with her skills and creativity and at the Dior A/W 2014 show, she created a high-impact graphic glitter eye in shades of blue and khaki using theatrical latex paint.
Inspired by “delicate and youthful beauty… ephemeral and nostalgic creating a beautiful glow”, the look at Rodarte A/W ’14 was dark, glittery but simply beautiful.
Inspired straight from the collection – “double face, cashmere, fasion is fantasy” – the look makeup artist Tom Pecheux created at Altuzarra A/W ’14 with MAC Cosmetics was a gorgeous dual-colored glitter eye with pink lips.
The graphic flick continues to be seen at Paris Couture Week. At Chanel Spring 2014 Couture, makeup artist Peter Philips paired it with hologram glitter under the eyes for a look that is “relaxed and fresh”, and kept the skin matte and the lips light.