By Georgia Collins
Two of fashion's most iconic figures were celebrated at Chloe today, with Corinne Day's early shots of Kate Moss being the key reference cited by make-up artist Aaron de May. With skin kept low-key the only hint of polish came from a little of MAC's Strobe Cream, buffed lightly into cheekbones. Eyelids and cheeks were devoid of colour but it was the brows that really stole focus - brushed up and groomed to perfection. On to lips Aaron lightly pressed a pale peach lipstick to give that slight retro 70s tone. Over in hair Paul Hanlon was busy creating a slightly stringy, grunge-esque look complete with centre part and some natural movement. So simple, so Chloe and still so enviably chic.