Lancôme Returns For Backstage Beauty
When makeup artist Gucci Westman made the switch from Lancôme to Revlon last year, making room for Aaron De Mey to fill her very big artistic director of makeup shoes, the French beauty company took a brief hiatus from backstage show sponsorship. One season and more than a few extraordinarily successful makeup launches later—Color Fever Gloss in Piha Black included—Lancôme is back, with De Mey taking the reins at L’Wren Scott next week. This is the man who effortlessly layered the low-pigment gloss over red lipstick and then decreed it a useful, high-shine eye color as well. We’re looking forward to seeing his handiwork.