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GUCCI Backstage Beauty Runway Report – Fall Winter 2017-2018. The beauty look at Creative Director Alessandro Michele’s latest runway collection was created using Gucci Cosmetics. Select beauty looks were achieved using the following products:
· Luminous Perfecting Concealer and Satin Matte Powder Foundation
· Moisture Rich Lipstick in Fiery Fuchsia blended across the tops of the cheeks towards the temples to highlight and define cheekbones
· Grey and blue shades from the Magnetic Shadow Quad in Ocean Rhapsody contoured the eyelids
· Infinite Length Mascara in Iconic Black
· Vibrant Demi-Glaze Lip Lacquer in Innocent Peony to accentuate the lips
Introducing Gucci Sensuous Deep-Matte Lipstick.
GUCCI COSMETICS PRESENTS SENSUOUS DEEP-MATTE LIPSTICK
Gucci Cosmetics presents SENSUOUS DEEP-MATTE LIPSTICK a new contemporary formula, which underscores a woman’s
individual beauty, and desire to change her style.
Gucci Cosmetics, the ultimate accessory for the Gucci woman, debuts with a compelling print and digital campaign entitled “Stolen Moments”. The new campaign captures its star, Charlotte Casiraghi, in a series of intimate and evocative scenes. The result is a sensual glimpse into the remarkable world of the modern Gucci woman.
Photographers Mert Alas & Marcus Piggot captured the mesmerizing images of Charlotte Casiraghi for print, while Fabien Baron and Darius Khondji created a sense of intrigue and elegance for the digital campaign film.
Gucci introduces a lighter, brighter, more delicate incarnation of the signature Gucci Première scent this Fall/Winter with Gucci Première Eau de Toilette. More understated than its Eau de Parfum, Gucci Première Eau de Toilette has a new bold brightness – the fresh, sparkling fragrance combines presence and sensual femininity to endow the wearer with an unfading radiance.
Blake Lively, face of Gucci Première Eau de Toilette, says: “This new fragrance announces that you have strength and are happy in your own skin. I really love that. It’s for the woman that I’ve always aspired to be. Every day.”
Gucci is pleased to announce that actress Blake Lively will be the face of Gucci Première, the House’s next female fragrance, for which Nicolas Winding Refn has directed a short film.
Frida Giannini, Gucci Creative Director, commented, “In conceiving this fragrance I was inspired by timeless Hollywood glamour and the iconic leading ladies of Hollywood’s golden era. Blake’s unique style and charisma brings that allure to life in a very contemporary way.”
NARS worked with Evan Rachel Wood at the 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards, who is nominated for Mildred Pierce. Makeup by Toby Fleischman for NARS Cosmetics
Makeup Inspiration: “Sometimes the stars just align (pun intended) and tonight with nominee Evan Rachel Wood, her look came together so organically. Of course with a Gucci Premiere gown such as hers, it was all about the dress so we wanted to keep the make up clean and soft.
Evan Rachel Wood wears NARS at the 2012 Golden Globes
Rosie Huntington Whiteley’s makeup. TM has got the word that celebrity makeup artist Monika Blunder worked with Rosie Huntington Whiteley for the Moscow premiere of Transformers 3 on Thursday, June 23rd. 2011. Monika shares with us her inspiration for Rosie’s glamorous, sexy red carpet look, and a detailed breakdown of how she created the look.
Rosie Huntington Whiteley At The Moscow Premiere of Transformers 3
“Rosie’s dress was a Fall 2011 Gucci gown, honestly I thought it was so breathtakingly sexy and glamorous. All I wanted was a little stain on her lips and very minimal makeup.”
How to get Rosie Huntington Whiteley’s makeup look:
V MAGAZINE issue #69: “New Fashion Moment”. Tom Ford’s triumphant return to fashion communicates a simple message: iconic women in iconic clothes. Julia Restoin Roitfeld slips into ford’s high-glam Spring collection for a series of self-portraits and a conversation with the designer himself. Photography by Julia Restoin Roitfeld.
A lot has happened in the five years since Tom Ford exited women’s fashion. The economy went belly-up, leaving designers scrambling to reconcile luxury with covetability. Globalization exploded and forced houses to rethink their business models with emerging markets in mind.