At Tory Burch, Eugene Souleiman created a Seventies-inspired look with the hair. After doing a side part, he lightly teased hair at the top of the head for a bit of volume, then brushed it as models took to the stage. “That way, the hair has a soft, ‘Love Story’ feel without being overexaggerated,” he said. Some models were given a tiny flip at the bottom of the hair with a curling iron.
Diane Kendal, working with MAC Cosmetics at the show, also kept things simple on the face. “It’s really a Brigitte Bardot inspiration,” she said. After adding MAC Fix + Face and Body Moisture Cover Concealer and Prep + Prime Finishing Powder for the perfect canvas, Kendal lined eyes with a Black Track gel liner, accenting with Espresso blend, a dark brown, in the crease and Platinum Love on the lid, then added plenty of black mascara. She dusted In Extra Dimension blush in Pleasure Model, a pale rose blush, on the cheeks and finished by combining April in Paris and Particularly Pretty lip shades to create a pale-pink pout. Nails, by Marian Newman for MAC, were also done in pale pink.