Alexander Wang wanted his models to look tribal and raw. That said, nails by Butter London took on a milky hue with one layer of nail foundation and two coats of matte finish. Hair by Guido for Redken was styled into mock dreadlocks and clustered into chunks with white paste for a “street look that is punky, tribal and New Age—not romantic,” said Guido. As for makeup, by Diane Kendal for MAC Cosmetics, there was none, save for MAC moisturizer, as well as a team to bleach models’ eyebrows blonde.
Backstage at Alexander Wang
Alexander Wang wanted his models to look tribal and raw.