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“Street couture,” was how makeup artist Pat McGrath termed the D&G fall faces, referring to a graphic eye that appeared as if a contemporary girl had created it herself.

 

Dolce & Gabbana’s Black Crayon Intense Eyeliner was worked along the upper lash line along with the eyeliner’s white version inside the eyes for a monochromatic spin.

 

Luminous yet pale cheeks and lips provided the foundation for a “gorgeous, modern young woman without artifice,” said McGrath.

 

Sam McKnight meanwhile accentuated the model’s natural beauty by washing hair with Pantene Color Preserve shampoo to give locks a lightness and a, “fresh out of the shower look,” for fall.

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2011.</p>

Photo By: Delphine Achard

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2011.</p>

Photo By: Delphine Achard

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2011.</p>

Photo By: Delphine Achard

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2011.</p>

Photo By: Delphine Achard

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2011.</p>

Photo By: Delphine Achard

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2011.</p>

Photo By: Delphine Achard

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2011.</p>

Photo By: Delphine Achard

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2011.</p>

Photo By: Delphine Achard

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2011.</p>

Photo By: Delphine Achard

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2011.</p>

Photo By: Delphine Achard

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2011.</p>

Photo By: Delphine Achard

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2011.</p>

Photo By: Delphine Achard

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2011.</p>

Photo By: Delphine Achard

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2011.</p>

Photo By: Delphine Achard

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2011.</p>

Photo By: Delphine Achard

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