2 posts tagged "Harper’s Bazaar"
I will never forget reading an old Kristina O’Neill interview on Into the Gloss in which she posited that “one of the most unchic things is coming to work with your hair wet. There’s something messy and unkempt about it.” As a wash-and-go girl who’d roll up to early appointments fresh out of the shower with still-damp locks, her words caused me to start bathing at night instead. But Miuccia Prada reassured me that my look was all right when she sent models with sopping mops down her Fall ’13 runway (similar styles turned up at Marni, Balmain, and Giambattista Valli). Backstage before the show, hairstylist Guido Palau said, “The ultimate ease is wet, just-out-of-the-shower hair. I mean, how chic is that!” During a blistering heat wave like the one New Yorkers have been weathering this week, rocking saturated strands is the cooling equivalent of having an amusement park fan—you know, the ones that mist—on your head. And wet tresses don’t appear to be going soggy anytime soon. Edie Campbell sported a slick ‘do in the latest Giles lookbook, while Kate King was snapped with beachy waves for the July issue of Harper’s Bazaar Latin America.
Photos: GoRunway.com; Courtesy of Giles and Harper’s Bazaar Latin America
Indie Makeup Stages A Comeback; Another DVF Face Update; April Fool’s Beauty-Sphere Shenanigans; And More
WWD talks with Vincent Longo and Paula Dorf about reviving their “indie” makeup brands launched in the nineties. Both have new investors—CVS Pharmacy Beauty 360′s Peter Wagner and Global Beauty Group, respectively, and are slated to launch new product lines. [WWD]
We thought we’d heard enough about the ski accident that left Diane von Furstenberg with a broken nose several days before a scheduled portrait session with Chuck Close. Naturally, she postponed. Six weeks later, on the eve of her Diane von Furstenberg: Journey of a Dress exhibit, she finally sat for the artist (Polaroid, left), and Bazaar was there to record their conversation about loving her wrinkles. [Harper’s Bazaar]
Oscar de la Renta is getting social-media savvy. Instead of going the usual product-release route, he’s using Twitter, Tumblr, and Facebook to launch his first fragrance in ten years, Esprit d’Oscar (an update on the house’s first fragrance launched in 1977). Facebook fans simply have to “like” ODLR in order to receive an offer for a sample of the new scent. [Fashionista]
Beauty blog fans beware: April Fool’s tomfoolery is in the air, and you should read today’s posts carefully. So far, we’ve spotted two spoofs: Bellasugar unveiled a collaboration between Apple and MAC called MAC² for all the makeup-obsessed computer nerds out there. And the Telegraph reported on soaring sales of Eau de Mutt perfume from the company Moggy. [L.A. Times]