Makeup artists at the New York shows took the concept of barely there one step further—to nearly nude. At Philosophy by Alberta Ferretti, models sported gray eyeliner, some brow wax—and little else, while at Calvin Klein, Pat McGrath used an eyelash curler, transparent mascara and the barest touch of color on the cheeks to impart a hint of natural flush. At Lacoste, the look was equally bare. Finally, a look we can all achieve at home.
This story first appeared in the November 9, 2007 issue of WWD. Subscribe Today.