Inspired by anatomy, the entire beauty look for Honor played on different parts of the body. Hair, by James Pecis for Bumble and bumble, consisted of a double-inverted, corn-rowed French braid gathered organically in the back to resemble muscle filament. To create texture, Pecis used Bumble and bumble’s Thickening Hair Spray and Surf Spray. Completing the look, all of the models received rhinestone pins tucked sporadically throughout the back of the braid. To complement the hair, makeup artist Romy Soleimani with Beauty.com for Stila wanted to focus on the bone structure, allowing the skin to shine through. Soleimani used Stila’s Stay All Day Foundation to create a flawless palette without it looking as if there was any makeup applied at all. Soleimani applied Stila’s Opal Eye Shadow — a bone shade — to the lash line, the inner corner of the eye, the cheekbones and a little bit above the bow of the lip. Following suit, manicurist Deborah Lippmann mimicked the color of the bones in the body using her polish in Amazing Grace and Like a Virgin.
Backstage at Honor Spring 2013
Inspired by anatomy, the entire beauty look for Honor played on different parts of the body.