All Posts Tagged With: "London Fashion Week"

The Swarovski Collective Autumn/Winter 2012 Marios Schwab

This season, Marios Schwab revisited the mysterious character of the Femme Fatale. Swarovski Elements were hand-embroidered across sumptuous necklines and cuffs, creating a Trompe-l’œil effect; while rich fabrics shone iridescently to accentuate the spiralling contours of the female body.

Marios Schwab London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2012

Photographer Jason Lloyd Evans

Twenty8Twelve Autumn/Winter 2012

Twenty8Twelve presented their Autumn/Winter 2012 collection in a moving image presentation on Sunday, February 19 in London at the Embankment Gallery Space in Somerset House. TM & Marta Walsh has the sneak peek.

Twenty8Twelve London Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2012

The Twenty8Twelve Autumn/Winter 2012 inspiration: ”For months and months I was with [her] all the time, except between four in the morning and four in the afternoon, when she slept. She very much liked to have a shadow…’- Love on the Left Bank – Ed van der Elsken

House Of Holand Spring 2012

HOUSE OF HOLLAND. “THIS IS ENGLAND PUNK.”-LUCIA PICA


House Of Holand Spring 2012: London Fashion Week

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Vivienne Westwood Red Label Spring 2012

VIVIENNE WESTWOOD RED LABEL. “NEO NEON NYMPHS…ETHEREAL BASE, AMAZING AND BRUISED COLOURS, AIRBRUSH.”-ALEX BOX

Vivienne West Red Label Spring 2012: London Fashion Week

Here’s how to with MAC makeup…

Vivienne Westwood Red Label Fall 2011

London Fashion Week Fall Winter 2011. Vivienne Westwood Red Label, look 1

“I’ve been calling it ‘noble naivity’ – it’s taking the soft, sculpted, shaded beauty of an 18th century painting then giving it a whimsical, light sense of humour, as if a child has graffiti’d all over it.”-Alex Box


Makeup face chat by MAC

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Shag eye shadow – softly blended into the socket line and in a rounded shape around the eyes, applied with a 224 brush quarry eye shadow – blended softly above the socket line (no foundation on or around the eyes) frozen white pigment – heavily in the inner corners of the eyes with brush 239

Temperley Fall Winter 2011 Collection

Revlon’s Global Artistic Director Gucci Westman is setting make up trends at London Fashion Week. Here’s a sneak peek to one of the looks she Westman created at Temperley Fall/Winter 2011 collection.


Revlon’s Global Artistic Director, Gucci Westman, backstage at Temperley

Revlon’s Global Artistic Director, Gucci Westman, Creates a look that Represents a strong, successful woman for Temperley at London Fashion Week. Sunday, February 19th, 2011. The look is beautiful inspired by the designer herself, pairing a beautiful bright red lip with a smoky purple eye for a powerful but chic look.

Vivienne Westwood Spring Summer 2011

London Fashion Week SS 2011. Designer: Vivienne Westwood Red Label. “This is a makeup that starts off with a totally pretty base…and then we go nuts with colour on it! The final result is more like an impressionist painting.”-Gordon Espinet for MAC Cosmetics.


Vivienne Westwood makeup face chart by MAC

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Louise Gray Spring Summer 2011

London Fashion Week SS 2011. Designer: Louise Gray. The Makeup Look: “This is playful makeup…nothing serious! I took inspiration from Louise’s collection and from my own travels, art and memories. It’s fun makeup that’s become hot and shifted slightly.”-James O’riley for MAC Cosmetics.


MAC face chart for Louise Gray SS 2011

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House of Holland Spring Summer 2011

London Fashion Week SS 2011. Designer: House of Holland. The Makeup Look:  “The look was inspired by Brooke Shields in blue lagoon but pushed further with a strong concentration on the cheeks.” Lucia Pica for MAC Cosmetics.


MAC makeup face chart for House of Holland SS 2011

How to using all MAC products:

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Clear lip conditioner – dabbed over the eyelids. Clear brow set – brushed up through the brows. Impeccable brow marker – sketched through the brows in an upward motion.

MAC Makeup Trends

This Fall/Winter 2010 season marked the 15th Anniversary of MAC Cosmetics involvement in New York Fashion Week and their impact in London, Paris and Milan was bigger than ever before! MAC Cosmetics supported nearly 200 shows during the Fall/Winter 2010 Collections. MAC continued as the official sponsor of London Fashion week, had a strong presence in Milan and Paris, and hosted shows, events and presentations at MAC & Milk and throughout New York.

Fall/Winter 2010 was an inventive and inspiring season for beauty. This season, Makeup Artists asked the question: “What is luxurious makeup?” The answer was not opulence, but, rather, a sense of individual enhancement based in reality. Lyne Desnoyers, Director of Makeup Artistry for MAC, called it “flirting with luxury on a contemporary face.”

MAC Makeup Trends: A few memorable MAC products that created the latest trends include

MAC Opulash Mascara: This new mascara with a supersized brush produced plush, extravagant lashes on the runway. Adding dramatic volume and curl, it formed lush lashes – bigger, badder, more opulent eyes. Opulash was key in such shows as DSquared2, Blumarine, Max Mara and Chado Ralph Rucci.

MAC Prolongwear SPF 10 Foundation: Creamy and lightweight, this yet-to-be-introduced foundation was a hit! Providing ample playtime and easy blending, it also demonstrated 15-hours of wearability and garnered raves backstage at Chado Ralph Rucci, PORTS 1961 and Timo Weiland.