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April 18 2014

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3 posts tagged "maud welzen"

Dolce & Gabbana Is in Full Bloom

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dolce-cropThe styles Guido Palau crafted at Dolce & Gabbana’s Spring 2014 show were literal treasure troves of leaves, flowers, jewels, and antique-like coins. For the designers’ Alta Moda couture collection, however, the hair accouterments have blossomed. Model Samantha Gradoville snapped this photo from backstage with fellow catwalker Maud Welzen. The flora appears to be crafted out of fabric—meaning these headpieces are guaranteed to last longer than your standard bouquet.

Photo: Instagram

Fake It Till You Make It

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Forget about blonds, wearing a wig is the way to have fun—just ask the naturally flaxen-haired Maud Welzen and her crew from a recent photoshoot. Hairstylist Felix Fischer noted that Shuly Wigs—in Technicolor shades of red and yellow—were the faux strands being used on set. Why blend in when you can shine bright?

Photos: Instagram; Video: George Pérez

Model Mayhem

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It’s a model’s job to play a character—normally, one given to her by a designer or photographer. But on Halloween, the girls (and guys) that wear the clothes call the shots. Above, we recap some of our favorites from last night—from Toni Garrn’s creepy contacts to more than one virgin in black and white (Alina Baikova and Marine Deleeuw, I’m looking at you). And the awards for sweet—not spooky—costumes go out to Maud Welzen (who transformed from catwalker to Catwoman) and Constance Jablonski (i.e., Sailor Moon). However, it was Samantha Gradoville’s over-the-top Marie Antoinette wig, guillotined neck, and risen-from-the-dead smoky eyes that took the cake here on Beauty Counter.

Photos: Instagram