The Proenza girl was alive and well at the show Wednesday night.
In true Proenza Schouler fashion, a naturally enhanced beauty was conceived. Using MAC Cosmetics, Diane Kendal made the brows the focal point of the look. “It is slightly more feminine this season,” said Kendal. “The boys were saying it was a ripple on classicism for this season.” To start, Kendal concealed the skin for a flawless finish. She brushed up the eyebrows using Clear Brow Finisher Wax. Then, making them appear bushy, she brushed a bit of powder over the brows. To finish the eyes, a fine line of black cream liner was closely applied to the lash line. Next, Kendal worked Red Statement Lipstick onto the apple of the cheek. She left the lip bare, topping it off with Lip Conditioner.
Akin to last season, Paul Hanlon for Frédéric Fekkai kept the hair effortless. To achieve the look, Hanlon began by washing the hair. He applied Silkening Balm to weigh it down, keeping the look of it light. He blow-dried the hair and used a generous amount of Tousle Wave Spray to give it a weathered appearance. “It’s very beautiful clothes,” said Hanlon. “It’s a lot more mature in a way. It’s quite couture in a way, so it’s important to keep that Proenza Schouler girl.”
Creating a clean manicure with the addition of texture, nails were painted with MAC’s Faith of Heart and topped with the Matte Top Coat.