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The beauty look for L’Wren Scott’s Fall 2012 collection was inspired by Theda Bara, an actress from the early 1900’s known for her femme fatale roles. She also famously coined the term “vamp.” Makeup by Lancôme’s Artistic Director for Makeup Aaron De Mey.
L’Wren Scott New York Fashion Week Fall 2012
Lancôme’s Artistic Director for Makeup Aaron De Mey wanted to create a “super bronzed” complexion with chocolate eyes and soft bronze lips. For the eyes, he applied dark brown eyeliner to the upper and lower lash line and into the crease and blended away any edges.
L’Wren Scott Spring 2012 makeup look by Lancôme, New York Fashion Week
Lancôme & L’Wren Scott Fall 2011.
NEW YORK—A L’Wren Scott presentation engulfs the senses with its detailed touches and luxe fabrics—and the Fall 2011 collection was no exception. A lineup of jewel tones—mauve, teal and bordeaux—often layered with each other, were followed by a series of black numbers. The fabrics were just as lush, with plenty of beading and embroidery.
New York Fashion Week SS 2011. Designer: L’Wren Scott. Makeup by Lancôme’s Artistic Director for Makeup Aaron De Mey.
L’Wren Scott was feeling a touch of wanderlust and it showed in her spring collection, which she presented at The Standard Hotel, September 16, 2010. The Serengeti sunset inspired an eclectic palette of rich, intense shades. Sapphire and aubergine gave way to paprika and chartreuse, all set against the designer’s inimitable sleek silhouettes.
New York Fashion Week Fall 2009 report:
• Sexy chic
• Evening glamour in daylight
• Lancôme Le Crayon Khôl in Black Ebony
• Lancôme Ôscillation Mascara
• Lancôme Juicy Tubes in Pure (on the eyelid)
• Lancôme Color Fever Lipstick in Berry Sensual (Fall 2009)
• Lancôme Le Vernis in Rouge Bordeaux
• Lancôme Color Design Cream Blush in Freeze Frame
• Shu Uemura Matte Loose Face Powder Loose Face Powder
• YSL Touche Éclat
“Elegance is refusal.”-Diana Vreeland. This simple quote perfectly summed up the L’Wren Scott Fall 2009 show, for which Aaron De Mey, Lancôme’s artistic director for makeup, was the lead artist. Instead of hundreds of guests, a jammed backstage and models wearing layers of bright clothes and accessories, everything was calm-and as chic as could be. Only a few dozen guests were invited to attend the show, held at the all-white Gagosian Gallery in New York’s Chelsea art district. The atmosphere, and the clothes, were all about a sultry minimalism, sexy rather than spartan.