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Backstage at Milan Fashion Week with Eugene Souleiman, Global Creative Director, Wella Professionals creating the hair look for Blumarine A/W ‘10.
The Look: Glunge, a combination of Glamour and Grunge
The AW ’10 Blumarine show in Milan, “Street Deluxe,” featured a contemporary, urban variety of casual luxe shapes with body conscious silhouettes and textured surfaces. This glamorous collection featured fringing which both concealed and revealed in a game of seduction. Sassy, super-tall models strode down the catwalk showing this eclectic collection to full effect.
Backstage at New York Fashion Week with Eugene Souleiman, Global Creative Director, Wella Professionals creating the Hair Look for Halston A/W 2010.
The Look: Nature’s Fall
The AW ’10 Halston collection utilized classic draping techniques with linear modernity. When creating the hair look for the show, Eugene Souleiman drew inspiration from one of the four of Wella Trend Vision directions, Nature’s Goddess. This look portrays a confident, assertive woman by using the enchantment of nature to create a new form of femininity and seduction.
Photo credit: © amber rima mclinn
Fall 2010 NYC Fashion Week. Show: Michael Kors. Makeup by Dick Page, Shiseido Artistic Director.
The look and inspiration: The makeup look was inspired by the “All American”, classic Michael Kors Fall 2010 Collection.
Get the Look From Shiseido Backstage at Michael Kors. All products from Shiseido Makeup collection.
Description: “Distinct luxurious, but not too heavy.”
Dick blended together the Accentuating Color Sticks in Bronze Flush (S1) and Glistening Flush (S3) to create a warm, bronzy shade; he then applied the color all over the eyelids.
Dick then brushed the Luminizing Satin Face Color in High Beam Gold (BE206) over the eyelids to create a “halo” of color.
Next, Dick used a fluff brush to apply the dark-bronze shade from the Shiseido Makeup Luminizing Satin Eye Color Trio in Opera (GD804) along the upper lash line and up through the crease, following the natural eye shape. A large fluff brush was then used to diffuse the color.
Fall 2010 NYC Fashion Week. Show: Narciso Rodriguez. Makeup by Dick Page, Shiseido Artistic Director.
The look and inspiration: The statement of the look was the bold, dark eyebrows. The graphic eyebrows worked with the collection.
Get the Look from Shiseido Backstage at Narciso Rodriguez. The makeup breakdown, all products from Shiseido Makeup collection.
Dick swirled a mix of Shiseido Makeup Luminizing Satin Face Colors in High Beam White (WT905) and Soft Beam Gold (BE206) on the eyes.
My first backstage coverage during New York Fashion Week Fall Winter 2010 began with the Yigal Azrouel fashion show. There I had the pleasure to meet the CEO of AHAVA Michael Etedgi. I have a soft spot for both Yigal Azrouel and AHAVA (which btw means LOVE in Hebrew) because both are from Israel like myself. It was amazing to chat in Hebrew finally with AHAVA’s Michael and to not to get lost in translation.
L to R: Michael Etedgi CEO of AHAVA and Marta Walsh founder of Talking Makeup
Have you tried the AHAVA Mineral Hand Cream? It’s amazing and a classic. AHAVA brought a bit of relaxation backstage at Yigal Azrouel Fall 2010 with their Beauty Bar where I received a hand massage, yes, with their fabulous hand cream.
Going backstage at Chris Benz fashion show during New York Fashion Week is always exciting to me because I know I’m going to get to see and chat with Lancome’s fabulous lead makeup artist Daniel Martin. Just a reminder, Daniel and fashion designer Chris Benz were the brilliant minds behind one of Lancom’e best selling lipstick (and Marta’s all time favorite) Chris & Tell. If you’re into makeup like myself, Daniel is the best guy to pick his brains about it. Needless to say, he is always so sweet to me! Thanks Daniel. xo
Daniel Martin and Marta Walsh backstage at Chris Benz Fall 2010 with Lancome
Photo Credit: © amber rima mclinn
Photo Credit: © amber rima mclinn
Me, Marta Walsh, backstage at Chris Benz Fall 2010, also in the background Redken
team busy creating the hairstyle for the show. Photo Credit: © amber rima mclinn
WATCH Marta Walsh as she interviews Wendy Rowe Makeup Artist for Bobbi Brown Cosmetics backstage at Yigal Azrouel Fall/Winter 2010 during New York Fashion Week. The Look: “Youthful, fresh but chic makeup with heavy focus on brows…”-Wendy Rowe for Bobbi Brown Cosmetics.
Inspired by a collection rich in texture, the makeup for the Fall 2010 Yigal Azrouel collection is about the texture of the skin. Chic, yet effortless, skin is bronzed with emphasis on cheeks, and eyes are softly defined in beige and brown tones. Nude lips complete a fairly monotone, natural look, with the exception of a strong, linear, defined brow.
How to get the look with Bobbi Brown makeup:
Skin: Hydrating Face Cream ($50), Hydrating Eye Cream ($45), Foundation Stick ($40), Creamy Concealer ($22), Corrector ($22)
Eyes: Suede Long-Wear Cream Shadow ($22) all over lid, Long-Wear Gel Eyeliner in Sepia Ink ($21) applied lightly and smudged on upper and lower lashline
Cheeks: Bronzing Powder ($40)
Lips: Hot Cocoa and Salmon Lip Color ($22 each)
Brows: Clean and brushed up with a touch of Long-Wear Gel Eyeliner in Sepia Ink ($21)
Watch FASHION & STYLE backstage at the Claudaie Fall 2010 Fashion Show.
Hosts Robert Reynolds and Natascha Bessez talk with designer Claudia of Claudiae backstage at her first fashion show in NYC. Also in the video Bravo’s The Real Housewives of New York City Alex McCord. This segment of FASHION & STYLE is brought to you by Blink PR and Reynolds & Associates and was sponsored by CitySlips. Visit CitySlips at cityslips.com
L to R: Fashion Designer Claudia, Robert Reynolds, and Natascha Bessez
Bravo’s The Real Housewives of New York City Alex McCord
It was a mod, mod world backstage at Fall 2010 Fashion Week. From Erin Fetherston to Cynthia Steffe, the look for hair was all about thick, blunt-cut bangs that harkened back to the mod squad models of the late 1960’s and early 1970’s. Here, some of our favorite versions of the look. Consider yourself warned: The bang is back and it’s bigger (and blunter) than ever.
Cool girl chic at Cynthia Steffe.
Photo: © Luca Cannionieri
At Cynthia Steffe, Bumble and bumble lead stylist Rolando Beauchamp gave models a clip-on faux bang to help embody the late 1960’s cool British/French girl inspiration. “We’re doing a really thick fringe, but the texture on the hair is dirty, like two-day old hair,” he said. The slept in texture added to the cool girl feel, giving models a messy-sexy hairstyle that was retro without being too literal.
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