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Diane von Furstenberg’s inspiration for her collection – antiquity made modern – was ably translated in the beauty looks at her Sunday show.

 

Orlando Pita spritzed hair with water, then made five to seven tight cornrows all all over the head. He then ran a T3 flat iron all over the head to eliminate dampness. Half an hour before showtime, he unbraided the hair – revealing flowing waves – and added a gold wreath atop each model’s head.

 

James Kaliardos, working for MAC Cosmetics, used MAC pigments in copper and bright pink, placing copper in the crease of the eye and pink on the lid, angled down toward cheeks for an almost-triangular effect. Both colors were applied lightly, for an almost transparent look, explained Kaliardos. Lips were finished with a milky apricot gloss dubbed Amber Glow.

<p>Backstage at Diane von Furstenberg RTW Spring 2010</p>

Photo By: Talaya Centeno

<p>Backstage at Diane von Furstenberg RTW Spring 2010</p>

Photo By: Talaya Centeno

<p>Backstage at Diane von Furstenberg RTW Spring 2010</p>

Photo By: Talaya Centeno

<p>Backstage at Diane von Furstenberg RTW Spring 2010</p>

Photo By: Talaya Centeno

<p>Backstage at Diane von Furstenberg RTW Spring 2010</p>

Photo By: Talaya Centeno

<p>Backstage at Diane von Furstenberg RTW Spring 2010</p>

Photo By: Talaya Centeno

<p>Backstage at Diane von Furstenberg RTW Spring 2010</p>

Photo By: Talaya Centeno

<p>Backstage at Diane von Furstenberg RTW Spring 2010</p>

Photo By: Talaya Centeno

<p>Backstage at Diane von Furstenberg RTW Spring 2010</p>

Photo By: Talaya Centeno

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