1.80's Armani Privé
Sequins on the clothes and accessories presented by rock pixie hair, makeup with slight iridescence on the eyelids and bold fuchsia lips. An unexpected flashback to the era of disco.
2. Nymphs Atelier Versace
This is the traditional smoky eye but in a surprisingly bright embodiment. The famous make up artist Pat Mc Grath, who created the makeup of the House, has amalgamated a dark green with a lighter gentle pear shade .
Make up artist Tom created a sexy glam rock look with black eye liner on the upper eyelid combined with golden iridescent shade creating a vintage - alternative makeup
4.Downtown Girls Giambattista Viali
Hauté couture has many things: exaggerations, imagination and whimsical look. Giambattista Valli but made a difference with an easy to adopt look. Hairstylist Eugene gave models a subversive sense by painting with spray their hair bronze
5.Denim Effects Tony Ward
The traditional French twist hair into a more rumpled up do version that is not too staged. The eyes in smoky navy blue metallic textures. A dark look with denim effects. The ideal inspiration for wedding night in winter.
6.Modern Marie Antoinette Schiaparel
The queen of France would have been really impressed with the rich golden up dos and makeup. The blue eye shadow, applied in the upper eyelids and along the center of the lower lashes. A detail combined with peach lipstick shade
7.Art Deco Chanel
During “Casino Chanel” show, models were transformed into an extreme version of the 20s with heavy black wigs. Hair stylist Sam Mc Knight used intense red poppies blush and bright red lips.
8.Sci-Fi Glamour Fendi
During Langerfeld’s show, hairdresser Sam McKnight, inspired by the thriller Blade Runner, created a special look who completed the galactic sense that he wanted to give for the designer. The make-up look was completed with iridescent shadow on the eyes and slightly purple lips.
9.The Beam of a Sin Dior
Dior’s show was a tribute to the work of the Dutch painter H. Bosch "The garden of earthly delights". Make up artist Peter Phillips gave models the "glow of sin." The face was natural, eyes without mascara only with a little pink shade. For extra shine he spread glycerine to the bone below the eyebrows