To echo the charred clothes on the Moschino runway, makeup artist Tom Pecheux went for — what else? — a smoky eye.
He brushed MAC Blacktrack Fluidline across the entire lid while avoiding the inner corner. Then, a duo of Deep Rooted Lipstick and Liptensity in Galaxy Grey were blended and layered on top. Finally, Pecheux coated the crease in Tauped Eye Gloss and dropped a single spot in the corner of the eye “to catch the light.”
The face was prepped with a deep massage using Butter Elixir Face Oil. After an application of Face and Body Foundation, and Studio Finish Concealer, Mixing Medium Shine was rubbed high up the cheekbones with fingertips. A final dusting of Dark Mineralize Skin Finish was used as a bronzer, and lips were muted with Dim Lip Erase.
Hairstylist Paul Hanlon created three looks; the first inspired by Cindy Crawford in the Eighties: beachy, voluminous, pumped with TIGI Queen for a Day, and scrunched into a glamorous, rugged mess.
The second look was to complement the biker caps, the hair “twisted up, chucked under, loose so it billows underneath. Just like they did it themselves,” Hanlon explained.
For the eveningwear segment, Hanlon styled a classic chignon, albeit thick and rough with Queen for a Day, reading closer to a “punky little knot,” he noted.