Runway Beauty: 80s Club Scene at Marc Jacobs Fall 2009

After a decade, makeup artist François Nars finally returned to the runway at the Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 show. Drawing inspiration from the New York night club scene of the 1970s and ’80s and the works of Sprouse, St. Laurent, and Halston, Nars took into consideration each model’s individual beauty and created 65 different makeup looks on the 65 models. Each model has a separate edgy look, reminiscent of the past but still very modern. “We are doing quite an eclectic look,” he said. The inspiration for diversity came from Nars’ book XRAY. “Marc wanted to keep that feeling,” said Nars, “the variety of looks, the same way we do the campaigns for NARS.”

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Runway Beauty: Jill Stuart Fall 2009 at NY Fashion Week

To go with the gorgeous collection of black lace dress and flowy bloused-sleeve tops at the Jill Stuart Fall 2009 show , makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury created a “punk-rock chick, with a purple, shimmery, very wet eye” with her very own line of cosmetics, Myface cosmetics.

Jill Stuart Fall 2009 show

Runway Makeup: Thakoon Fall 2009 at NY Fashion Week

Taking inspiration from the 1940s reflecting the surrealist images of photographer Lee Miller, along with a bit of 80’s rock and roll glam, NARS makeup artist Diane Kendal created a strong look without being too girly for the Thakoon Fall 2009 show.

Runway Beauty: Modern School Girl at DKNY Fall 2009

Lead makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury created a fresh, youthful look with heavy liner around the eyes and rosy cheeks and lips for DKNY Fall 2009. “The look is inspired by the late 50s – she is a modern take on a punk ’50s school girl,” says Tilbury. Thick black eyeliner was applied on the eyes with the ends squared off for a more modern look. A rosy blush was blended high on top of the the cheekbones and on the lips for a stained look.