At Atelier Versace Fall 2015 Couture, lead artist Pat McGrath ditched the signature Donatella Versace-esque smoky eyes and heavy liner and gave models a lighter look that consisted of metallic green eyes (try MAC Mineralize Eyeshadow Pinwheel in In The Meadow) and peachy lips to go with the 70’s rock ‘n roll wavy hair. The end result? A gorgeous romantic look that anyone can pull off.
NARS Cosmetics and Scottish designer Christopher Kane have been collaborating at Fashion Week since 2012 and their mutual passion for vivid colors amplified by unconventional creativity have now led to the Christopher Kane for NARS Collection – Neon Natural. The limited-edition collection includes 10 pieces for the eyes, lip and cheeks in unexpected shades and formulas inspired by the nature of neon and the nude shades that complement them. Eyes are enhanced with iridescent rose gold, pink lilac, and violet; cheeks flushed with soft beige or hot pink; and lips saturated in high-shine shades of neon pink and coral that subtly stain after the gloss is gone.
Dedicated to mothers from all over the world, the Dolce & Gabbana A/W 2015 collection put a new perspective on femininity and the beauty look complemented this vision perfectly. Lead artist Pat McGrath created soft, gentle eyes in shades of brown and rose, against rosy blush on perfectly matte skin, and lips in either red or pink.
The lower eye seems to be getting quite some love at Fashion Week. After the Swarovski crystals embellished eye at Rodarte in New York, comes a doll-like lash across the pond at Mary Katrantzou Autumn/Winter 2015. Kind of reminds you of an edgier version of this look from Vivienne Tam S/S 2010k doesn’t it?
To create the idea of a delicate, refined beauty, models were given a soft, embellished eye and shiny, wavy locks at Rodarte Autumn/Winter 2015.