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BACKSTAGE AT RODARTE FOR FALL 2013. NARS created the look for today’s Rodarte runway show. LEAD ARTIST: James Kaliardos for NARS Cosmetics. MAKEUP LOOK: “It’s the idea of makeup that had been applied on the beach – a bit messy, as if the mascara fell onto their faces. Speckled – like stars in the sky.”
NARS created the look for the Rodarte Fall 2012 runway show. LEAD MAKEUP ARTIST: James Kaliardos for NARS Cosmetics. MAKEUP TREND: Windblown, bronzed skin
DESIGNER INSPIRATION: “We were inspired by Australia for this collection,” say Rodarte designers Kate and Laura Mulleavy. “We wanted to reference Aboriginals, the outback, and the Dust Bowl, along with a Victorian reference and bring them together in a rugged way.”
New York Fashion Week SS 2011. Designer: Rodarte. Hairstyle by Odile Gilbert for Aveda. September 13, 2010. Hairstyle Trends: Teenage innocence and natural texture.
“The Rodarte hair look for this season is young and innocent. The body is full of natural-looking texture, the ends are straight, and a strong, swooping side part gives the hair a retro feel. The look is inspired by teenagers in the 1970’s, so the effect is very organic, adorned with handcrafted tree branch and leaf barrettes that make a statement.”–Odile Gilbert for Aveda
Kate and Laura Mulleavy of Rodarte
Actress Kirsten Dunst, was shot by Mario Testino for the upcoming V MAGAZINE (issue #64). Inside Dunst discusses her unique friendships with both the Mulleavy sisters of Rodarte and Japanese pop artist Takashi Murakami as well as her upcoming long-awaited film All Good Things. V64 hit newsstands today, March 4, 2010.
“THE ART OF BEING KIRSTEN DUNST”
Hollywood’s bored and beautiful blonde has become an icon for a generation, but this year it’s all about reinvention. Art muse, rising director, even serious dramatic actress—you can be anything when you’re Kirsten Dunst
WATCH: Backstage at Rodarte during New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2010. Hair by Odile Gilbert for Aveda. Also mentioned in the video: Aveda Control Force Hair Spray (launching in June 2010).
Aveda lead stylist Odile Gilbert created glossy, childlike hair adorned with handmade flower pins at the Rodarte Fall/Winter 2010 Fashion Week show in New York.
“The Rodarte hair look for this season is sleek and shiny—at once free-flowing yet controlled. I was inspired by the idea of a modern, young girl who is strong and capable yet sweet and innocent. The look is young and dreamlike, with handmade metal flowers that make a statement.”–Odile Gilbert for Aveda
Q: What is the inspiration for your collection? What is the look you are capturing?
“Our collection this season explores the idea of sleepwalking. The idea of a dream state, or an in-between state, inspired us.” —Kate Mulleavy of Rodarte
New York Fashion Week Fall Winter 2010. Show: RODARTE. Makeup by MAC Cosmetics.
The look and inspiration: “My inspiration is Jung’s ‘Collective Unconscious ’ and polarization – the girls appear spirit like, pale skinned and ghoulish .”– James Kaliardos
The makeup breakdown, products are all by MAC Cosmetics.
Eye Shadow in Quarry – applied under the eye and to the eye lid and diffused up to the brow using a MAC 213 Brush
Eye Shadow in Silver Ring – layered over the Quarry
Pigment in Pink Opal – applied to the outer brow bone to highlight
Just in time for the holidays, the edgy-chic Rodarte for Target collection will launch in Target stores and on target.com December 20. Ranging in price from $9.99 – $79.99, the line includes a variety of statement-making pieces, like lace and tulle dresses and skirts, leopard-print sequin frocks, netted legwear, silk camis and bow belts, making designer fashion available for all at a great value. The collection will be in stores from December 20 through January 31
From left: Look 1: Lace Bow Dress in Yellow Leopard, $44.99. Lace Tights in Black, $12.99. Look 2: Lace Cardigan in Mustard, $29.99. Lace Cami in Black, $19.99. Lace and Tulle Skirt in Mustard, $29.99. Bow Belt in Black, $12.99. Lace Tights in Black, $12.99.