“The idea here was to use monochromatic pinks and purples,” says Page. “I like the idea of using girly color in an aggressive way.” Jacket by Marc Jacobs. Slip by Jean Paul Gaultier. Bra by Wolford.
Page used a smudge of cream liner with a similarly hued eye shadow, a favorite tecchnique of his to achieve color intensity. Shirt by Dolce & Gabbana.
The makeup artist mixed black and brown on the eyes to give “a bit of murk,” finishing with a brown lip liner and beige lip color. Pajamas by Dolce & Gabbana. Bra by Wolford.
Page created and named the lipstick seen here Dragon Red, highlighting its intensity for this shot with a tight black line circling the eyes set off by a hint of shimmer. Top by Jean Paul Gaultier Maille. Bra by Eres.
Makeup artist extraordinaire Dick Page uses his medium to reveal, rather than conceal, his subjects. Here, he creates the season’s most dramatic looks on longtime muse Annie Morton.