Inspired by the Aurora Borealis, Thakoon wanted the models to look fresh, with hints of light and reflection.
Diane Kendal for Nars swept Craving Dual-Intensity Blush on the eyelids and blended out into the temple, and then applied white eyeliner on the waterline. On the cheeks she used Tribulation Blush and a generous dusting of highlighter. “He wanted a warm, reflective, light quality in the face,” said Kendal. “It’s slightly sunkissed. He just wanted the girls to look healthy.”
Gina Edwards for Morgan Taylor continued the reflective trend on the nails with a holographic look. She applied two coats of Sweet Surrender, and then mixed two parts of Something To Blog About with five parts of Make It Last top coat to dilute the color. “It comes out to be a beautiful, reflective, sheer, holographic, glacier nail,” said Edwards. “[Thakoon] always brings the outdoor elements into his collection and this is another component of the whole look.”
Taking a cue from the graphic elements in the collection, Odile Gilbert for Kérastase created a patchwork effect with the hair. “We wanted something very clean and slick in the front and normal in the back,” said Gilbert.
She applied Keratine Thermique to wet hair and then blow-dried it straight. Next, she created a deep side part and another part across the crown of the head to form a “T.” The front was slicked with Laque Dentelle Flexible Hold Hairspray while the back was left loose. “It’s very graphic and clean, but soft at the same time,” she said. “It’s a bit like Twiggy.”