Makeup has always played a key supporting role in the movies. Next year, Dior is giving it top billing with a documentary called Maquillage et la Cinema. The 12-minute documentary, coproduced by Dianne Vavra, Dior Beauty’s vice president of public relations, and Richard Brown, professor of motion picture studies at NYU, is a montage of the most memorable makeup moments on film, from the ritualistic applications depicted in Memoirs of a Geisha to Dustin Hoffman’s denouement in Tootsie, when he reveals himself as a man by throwing off his wig, peeling off his false eyelashes and wiping his face clean of foundation. The duo viewed and edited over 500 films for the finished product, which will be screened for editors in New York and Los Angeles early next year.
“I like everything she does,” said @lilkimthequeenbee about @parishilton at Hilton’s launch party for her collab with @boohoo. “She understands women and the certain body types. I think her clothes are so cute. It’s hot. She’s funny, but sexy at the same time, just like me.” #wwdeye (📸 @chelsealaurenla ) #parishilton #boohoo #lilkim
“It has to be authentic and real to me,” @charlotteslawrence tells WWD’s @leighen about writing her own music. “No matter what I’m singing, I have to still be able to feel it in that moment or in five years from now — I have to be able to connect to that moment: this is my story, this is a little piece of me.” Read more on wwd.com (📸: @jgreenery ) #wwdeye #charlottelawrence
To celebrate Pride 2018, @themarcjacobs released the #GratefulNotHateful campaign, a social media initiative aimed at extending Pride beyond the parade. Inspired by Jacobs’ everyday outlook, the campaign features Jacobs along with a group of models and social media stars who are members and supporters of the LGBT community, all seen wearing @marcbeauty’s Highliner Gel Eye Crayons in colors of the rainbow. Head to our Instagram stories to see close-ups of the liner. #wwdbeauty