August 27 2014

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Wanderers Come Home At DVF


Lawrence of Arabia, Sudanese women, and of course Diane herself,” makeup artist James Kaliardos said of the inspiration behind the look he gave models yesterday at Diane von Furstenberg, where the collection was about “real” clothes-separates that women need. “She wanted no makeup at all but I insisted on some glamour,” he continued. The stalemate resolved itself in a smoky nude eye and a sculpted face. This meant MAC Pro Sculpting Powder in Bone Beige on cheekbones and temples and Soba Eyeshadow, an earthy brown shade that Kaliardos swept across lids to simulate a natural, dark pigment. As for the lip, he incorporated a technique from the designer’s own makeup bag of tricks, brushing the Bone Beige powder around the lip line to blend into the skin for a natural finish, and topping that off with a touch of balm. Hairstylist Orlando Pita gave models “free-spirited” hair that could properly showcase a series of hats. He prepped hair with T3 Plump and then dried, working the ends around a two inch curling iron and leaving loose waves cascading down in back.

Photo: Greg Kessler

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