Runway Beauty: Fresh Faces at Christopher Kane A/W 2016

In the midst of all the smoky eyes and dark lips that are commonly seen in the A/W seasons, lead artist Lucia Pieroni working for NARS Cosmetics gave models a gorgeous, fresh face at Christopher Kane Autumn/Winter 2016, that resembled hoarding recluses ‎stepping out for the afternoon.

Christopher Kane A/W 2016 runway beauty

Runway Beauty: Kohl-Rimmed Eyes at Versace A/W 2016

Versace returns to its signature Donatella Versace-sque look at the Autumn/Winter 2016 show with kohl-rimmed eyes and tons of lashes. Using Black Caviar, a gel liner that launched as part of her limited edition Phantom 002 kit, lead artist Pat McGrath lined the eyes inside and out with a wing and coated both top and bottom lashes with mascara. She kept the rest of the face minimal with a sheer layer of foundation, a touch of highlighter on the cheekbones and concealer on the lips.

Adriana Lim at Versace A/W 2016

Runway Beauty: Vintage Film Noir at Marni A/W 2016

At Marni Autumn/Winter 2016, lead artist Tom Pecheux used M·A·C Cosmetics to create a “vintage film noir lip” paired with a touch of gloss on the eyes and glowy skin. After all, fall is never quite fall without a dark lip.


Runway Beauty: Contemporary Princess at Dolce & Gabbana A/W 2016

To complement the contemporary fairy tale princess vision at Dolce & Gabbana Autumn/Winter 2016, lead artist Pat McGrath devised a beauty look highlighting porcelain skin with rosy cheeks, plump lips and feminine nails.


Runway Beauty: Vintage Beauty at Giorgio Armani A/W 2016

Inspired by the beautiful floral fabrics with a faded vintage feel, lead artist Linda Cantello created “a pretty rock star’s girlfriend look” for the Giorgio Armani A/W 2016 show.


Runway Beauty: Punk Meets Flapper at Marc Jacob A/W 2016

“There are influences of Alice Cooper with a touch of punk and the feeling of the New York Underground,” explained François Nars of the six beauty looks he created for Marc Jacobs Autumn/Winter 2016. “We wanted to make sure all of the girls looked different, a little bit strange and dramatic, but authentic and unique to themselves.”