Guido used Redken Control Addict Hairspray to slick the models' hair down into a steep side part. To give the illusion of a black helmet 12 of the models - including Jourdan Dunn, Candice Swanepoel, Joan Smalls and Karlie Kloss - had their partings painted black, giving the look a futuristic feel.
Over on make-up Diane Kendal for Nars bleached the models brows and used minimal make-up to create a monotone canvas. An added touch of Nars' cult classic (and ELLE beauty desk favourite) Copacabana Highlighter on the eyes and cheeks left the models skin glowing.
Granted it's not a pop to the shops look, but we adored the mix of theatrical futurism and urban cool. This is Wang's world and we want in.
Post-show we headed to the after party at Gilded Lily in the Meatpacking District for more, ahem, investigatory journalism and sipped vodka and ginger beer cocktails whilst an all-female dance crew and rapper entertained the crowds.
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