By Hannah Clack
Think New York Fashion Week, think retrospective, with vintage classics popping up again and again. From Lady Mary-esque finger waves and bold brows at Naeem Khan to glossy Studio 54 waves at Diane von Furstenberg, we cant get enough of a classic resurgence on the ELLE beauty desk, and so far this season is no exception.
ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Orlando Pita turned the girls at Carolina Herrera
into an army of immaculate dolls, with updated victory rolls. The sharp centre parting brings the look up-to-date, made all the more beautiful by make-up artist Diane Kendal. She complemented the look with bare-ish skin - using MACs Studio Moisture Fix SPF15 - and dusky plum eyes with pretty pink lips. It was pared down elegance to perfection.
Next up, Marc by Marc Jacobs
. The curls were huge (and we mean HUGE
), masterminded by Redken's creative director Guido, with a bright glossy red lip by makeup artist Dick Page. Supersized is a theme we hope to see more of as the month goes on.
Rag & Bone
went cool, but pretty' according to Gucci Westman who created the look with a retro black eyeliner flick using Revlon Colourstay Liquid Eye Pen. A 2013 injection meant a chic nude lip with deep side parting. Gucci also took her expertise to Kaufman Franco I was inspired by Brigitte Bardot, and classic Parisian women from the 60s, so this look is all about the eyes. Heavy fringes, backcombed roots and cat-eyes earned a definite place on our new season hit-list.
One of our favourites from the New York shows has to be Diane von Furstenberg
s bold lip. Oh how we love a lip, and this hot summer shade championed by make-up artist James Kaliardos is fall-off-our-chairs amazing. 'Processed Magenta' from MAC is our tip for autumn/winter but we think you should make space in your make-up bag right now.