Models Make Waves Backstage At Michael Kors
“We usually do a bronzy thing,” makeup artist Dick Page said backstage at Michael Kors yesterday. “But this is more healthy—windblown,” he said of his makeup look, which focused on a mix of Shiseido’s Luminizing Satin Face Colors in Orchid, Tea Rose, Petal, and Carnation, all of which were also used to create “the top-down, convertible” flush Page crafted for Fall. “This time, I was thinking more horseback riding, Jet Skiing,” Page said. Hairstylist Orlando Pita was also on the water-sports tip, using Bumble and Bumble’s Surf Spray to get “beach texture,” which he manipulated with his fingers while drying before tying tresses into a haphazard double knot. Kors’ presentations tend to be heavy on the glamour, but this was a much more downtown look. Maybe that’s why we liked it so much.