A shimmering violet, upticked liner stole the spotlight backstage at Bottega Veneta. But the eyeliner was more upbeat punk than dark and moody, à la Amy Winehouse. Pat McGrath dubbed the dramatic makeup accent “ultrafeminine” and made it the focal point of the face. Groomed brows, black mascara and white eyeliner on the inside bottom lash line complemented the look, while foundation and concealer evened out skin tone. A bit of Nars’ Copacabana shimmer highlighted the brow bone. Inspired by Victorian hairstyles, Orlando Pita created a high, backcombed updo that sprouted fine wayward pieces of hair. The look was adapted for each model but the elongated silhouette remained the same; some girls sported French twists and others a pair of rolls that swept into each other. Pita used the yet-to-be-launched T3 hair polish serum mixed with T3 Plump — a volume-adding cream — to soften and prep the hair.
— Stephanie Epiro