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Fall 2014 Ready-to-Wear

Givenchy

Senior Beauty Editor Amber Kallor's take:
"We really wanted the girls to look absolutely beautiful, but different," explained Pat McGrath of the look at Givenchy. The "beautiful" half of the equation was achieved via skin highlighted to a "shimmery perfection," pinky-peach blush dusted on cheeks, beige shadow washed around the eyes, and white liner run along the inner rims. The "otherworldly and surreal" element came courtesy of bleached brows and square-cut, crimson "face tapes" layered with a "plastic coating" on both temples. A string was secured underneath, pulled taut, and tied at the back of the head—gently tugging models' faces upward. It was definitely not meant to mimic a facelift, however, McGrath noted when asked. After all, these are teenage girls (at least in the case of Kendall Jenner) we're talking about. The tape—meant to be seen as a fashion accessory—was very much a "statement of today." The conjoined pigtail braids by Luigi Murenu were as graphic and interesting as the maquillage and certainly otherworldly in that there is no way on earth you're going to be able to DIY this double plait.
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