Models’ makeup was either natural or included a cloudburst of airbrushed blue color, which stemmed from designer Giambattista Valli having in mind the image of light shining through an object, explained makeup artist Ellis Faas, for MAC. The hue was also reminiscent of fabric used in Valli’s collection Thursday.
For the models’ updos, Orlando Pita took a cue from Valli’s fashion, too. “The clothes are quite strong, have a lot of volume in them,” said Pita, who explained some hair spray and backcombing was involved to get the look.
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