Forties glamour was the name of the beauty game at Carolina Herrera.
Orlando Pita, working with Moroccanoil at the show, devised a vintage-inspired style that was anything but ancient. He began by applying Moroccanoil Heat Styling Protection throughout the hair to prepare it for blow-drying, then blew hair out straight (fine-haired models also got a bit of Volumizing Mousse.) Next, he applied Hydrating Styling Cream all over the hair, concentrating it at the roots and top of hair because the look was so close to the top of the head. Next, he created a middle part, creating two sections, then added a third part from behind the ear, up to the crown and down to behind the ear on the other side. After lightly backcombing hair about two inches from the root, he took each front part, rolled it very tightly and pinned the roll at its seam as well as behind the ears. Pita then took strands remaining from the ends of the rolls, twisting and crisscrossing them and pinning them at ear level to create a focal point to secure hair that would be rolled up from the remaining back section. Finally, he raised the back sections slightly above the nape, rolling them tight but a little wider than in the front, then tucked them in and pinned, attacking flyaways with Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream. To finish, he spritzed hair with Glimmer Shine Spray for extra luminosity.
Diane Kendal, working with MAC Cosmetics at the show, created classic beauty using foundation, Bare Face blush, a bit of black cream liner and lips in MAC’s Hot Tahiti, a reddish-coral hue. Eyes were opened with a light cream shimmer from lid to brow, with brows defined for emphasis. Nails, keyed by Gina Edwards, were done in Essie’s Ladylike.
Exclusive: Nicola Formichetti is parting ways with @diesel after nearly four years. Formichetti, who served as Lady Gaga’s stylist in 2009, joined Diesel in 2013 as creative and artistic director. His first show debuted in Venice with a show held at the Venetian Arsenal. #wwdfashion #wwdnews
The polo shirt - an icon of preppy style - is roaring back into fashion in many creative guises, like this A-line polyester top from @carven, worn with @31philliplim cotton and elastane pants. Designers stretched a fashion classic into all kinds of new permutations this season. See how @mayteallende styled the preppy trend on WWD.com #wwdfashion (📸 : Kinya)
(Market Editors: @andrew_shang and @elmercer, Makeup: @amandawilsonmakeup using @fentybeauty, Hair: @gonn24, Model: @bara_holotova at @women360mgmt)
“I do like period [projects] a lot because I like creating those worlds, a world that is different from today," costume designer Mark Bridges said about the '50s British couture featured in @phantomthread. Bridges created the overall aesthetic and individual fashion looks for the film, which stars Daniel Day-Lewis, Lesley Manville and Vicky Krieps. Pictured here is a gown he designed for Krieps who plays Alma – the love interest of Day-Lewis' character, Reynolds Woodcock. #wwdfashion
@prada is embracing the holiday season with a series of short movies about the art of gift-giving. "The Postman's Gifts", which was directed by American filmmaker Autumn de Wilde, focuses on the brand's signature Prada Galleria bag and features Elijah Wood as the postman. In the first two episodes, Wood's delivers the iconic bag to @emmaroberts, who plays herself as a movie star, and Sasha Frolova. #wwdfashion
“I think I never met the person while we were working,” Vicky Krieps said of Daniel Day-Lewis, who she plays the love interest of in “Phantom Thread.” Day-Lewis remained perennially in character, so much so that she feels she’s just meeting him now. “It’s interesting to see how different he is in real life to the character,” Krieps said. WWD sat down with the 34-year-old actress to talk about her new role in the period film, which brings the fifties’ gender dynamics into the mix. Read more on WWD.com. #wwdeye (📷: @lexieblacklock)
@gucci has expanded its “Places” project to include six new cities. The initiative, which was first unveiled in July, aims to invite people to explore inspirational locations for the brand. On the list is the Biblioteca Angelica library in Rome pictured here. See the other five new venues on WWD.com. #wwdfashion (📷: @massimo_listri_official)
#ad From tools to lashes, WWD rounded up wellness and beauty products guaranteed to take your skin care and makeup routines to the next level in 2018. Follow along as @laceandleatherbyelyse, @ashnfashn and @elleisalwayshere experiment with these products on their Instagram profiles and blogs. #NewYearBetterYou
Blogger @camilacoelho is one of the fastest growing beauty influencers around the world. The bilingual blogger has worked with brands like @revolve Beauty, @dior, @louisvuitton and more and has an Earned Media Value of $34,338,441, according to @tribedynamics. But Coelho isn’t the only influencer making a major impact — head to WWD.com to see the other fastest-growing influencers in six key global markets. #beautyfridays (📷: @zefashioninsider)