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18 posts tagged "Kenzo"

The Hair Trend Continues: Kenzo Opts for Cornrows



The plait that captivated many a designer (Adam Selman, Simone Rocha, and Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen among them) for Fall 2014 shows no sign of stopping: Cornrows made an appearance at Kenzo’s Resort show yesterday, alongside oversize hoops on select girls (an accessory seen at Balmain a few months back). They’ve also been spotted recently on the likes of Queen Bey, Rita Ora, Cara Delevingne, and Kristen Stewart. The braid with serious street cred that stems back to the Stone Age even showed up in our latest feature. For those of us who are all thumbs, we suggest finding a dexterous friend or enlisting the help of a pro.

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Lady Gaga Goes to Great Lengths


Celebrity Sightings In New York City - March 24, 2014Long tails were certainly on trend for Fall 2014 (Valentino, Chanel, and Kenzo, for starters), but Lady Gaga’s thigh-length pony takes it to extremes. And honestly, we’d expect nothing less from a woman in a pink glitter tuxedo and supersized cartwheel hat. Should her Prince Charming-of-the-moment Taylor Kinney not be able to scale the fire escape (or take the elevator to whatever New York City tower she currently resides in), her long, platinum strands should do the job in a pinch.

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Fire and Ice


kenzo-pre-fallIf you need a way to warm up frostbitten fingers this winter, take a cue from model Grace Bol. A red-hot manicure (and a Pre-Fall Kenzo clutch) is guaranteed to heat things up. Have some extra time on your hands? Take the brand’s digital nail challenge, where you race against the clock to paint patterns inspired by the label’s signature prints.

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Lions, Tigers and Lip Balm



While the fashion world has been expressing its love for felines by emblazoning lions and tigers onto T-shirts, sweaters, loafers, you name it (Kenzo’s catty Spring 2013 collection and Karl Lagerfeld’s line of Choupette-inspired accessories, anyone?), The Body Shop Foundation is trying to draw attention to a cause that makes sure these creatures of the wild stay happy and safe. One hundred percent of the net profits from the organization’s Dragon Fruit Lip Butter benefit The Body Shop Foundation and three national charities, including Big Cat Rescue, a sprawling animal sanctuary in Tampa, Florida. The lush, green space is home to more than 100 big cat species, including lions, tigers, bobcats, and leopards. The animals were saved from fur farms, circuses, mercenary breeders, and well-meaning owners who mistakenly thought the animals would make good pets. The support from The Body Shop helps the nonprofit maintain and expand the property, provides proper care for the cats, and aids with their continuous efforts to educate the public on the cruelties of the exotic animal trade. Giving back is as easy as adding some meow to your holiday gift mix.

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White Out


Spring Beauty Trends

Alongside the plethora of colors used at many shows for Spring 2014 (Chanel, Céline, and Prada, to name just three), there were several designers that opted for a clean slate. (And no, I’m not talking about the bevy of “raw” hair and makeup looks that were also popular this season.) Instead, I’m referring to graphic bands of white drawn across models’ lids by Aaron de Mey at Kenzo, the alabaster pencil Tom Pecheux used instead of shadow (in order to “avoid flakes on the lashes”) to create a modern mod look at Ralph Lauren, and the combo of cream and powder he dusted on eyes at Altuzarra. Using the right tool to apply is also key to pulling off this color: For a subtle wash of white (as seen at Altuzarra), use a large, soft brush to blend, explained Pecheux. “If you use something very hard, [the color] is going to be very opaque and you will look like a panda,” he added. And while those rings might look adorable on cuddly bears, they definitely don’t have the same effect on people.

To see all of Spring’s top backstage trends, read our Beauty Moments feature.

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