Written By , on September 12, 2014

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Some of the makeup at New York Fashion Week can be replicated with some ingenuity. Shiseido artistic director Dick Page gives his tips for this look at the Greg Lauren show during NYFW.

·         Created By: Shiseido Artistic Director Dick Page

·         Inspiration: This look resembles a “tennis tan.” The placement of the sunburn/suntan is rough and uneven, since people don’t typically get a perfectly even tan from sun exposure. This was not meant to be a pretty, romantic bronzed look; it’s a more realistic scruffy burned tan.

·         Products:

o    Face/Cheek: Apply a mixture of Perfecting Stick Concealer in Medium Deep (55) and Deep (66) (NEW! for Spring 2015) onto the skin where the sun would naturally hit the face from directly above. Blend a small amount ofPerfect Rouge in Dragon (RD514) across the cheeks, forehead, nose, chin, neck and ears to create the “burned tan look” using a Blush Brush.

o    Brow: Remain as natural as possible, but fill in brows with a variety of Shimmering Cream Eye Colors in Caviar (BK912), Shoyu (BR623), Sable (BR709), Leather (BR306) and Sunshower (OR313).


Written By , on September 12, 2014

Street Fashion shot by Kevin Kane for Papierdoll

Street Fashion shot by Kevin Kane for Papierdoll

Had the opportunity to see what the fashion intelligentsia (and not so) near Lincoln Center were wearing.

Street Fashion shot by Kevin Kane for Papierdoll

Street Fashion shot by Kevin Kane for Papierdoll


Written By , on February 12, 2014

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It says something about the level you’re working at when each individual look for a show is scrutinized to the minute detail. We got a chance to get a look at exactly what that level of detail is when a makeup master divulged exactly what went into creating a look for a collection. In this case, it was Shiseido’s Dick Page who created the looks for the Marc by Marc Jacobs show. He outlines how a makeup afficianado can work on and get the look and this inspiration behind the creation:

 

·         Inspiration: “Japanese ninja meets BMX bike sportswear – the look is quite real and natural, but also a little tough.”

·         Products:

o    Eye: A dark, solid outline of Accentuating Cream Eyeliner in Black (1) and Perfect Mascara Full Definition in Black (BK901) create “spikey, clumpy lashes” for a heavy out-all-night look.

o    Lip:  The Skincare Protective Lip Conditioner adds moisture without shine.

o    Face/Cheek: A light wash of Sheer and Perfect Foundation removes any redness for a clear, natural complexion.

 


Written By , on February 11, 2014

We reviewed the Desigual Fall 2014 collection late last week, but now have the good fortune of publishing some of the looks from backstage. Special thanks to Deb Hughes.

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Written By , on February 10, 2014

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Is that black chiffon connected to a trench coat? So many questions as to the concept here.

photography Kevin Kane for Papierdoll


Written By , on February 10, 2014

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This subject is the reason why you attend fashion week. You never know when you’ll catch a striking handbag (or everything else)

photography Kevin Kane for Papierdoll


Written By , on February 10, 2014

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The distressed leather handbag caught the eye, then seeing what it was attached to, a bigger picture was coming into view.

photography Kevin Kane for Papierdoll


Written By , on February 9, 2014

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Found this subject quite striking beyond the obvious reasons, she gave the vulcan “live long and prosper” sign.

photography Maria Panina for Papierdoll


Written By , on February 8, 2014

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Prim, proper and completely put together with fur, flowing skirt and print heels (just the right height). Nothing here is out of place.

photography Maria Panina for Papierdoll


Written By , on February 8, 2014

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The brim can be the accent for everything else.

photography Maria Panina for Papierdoll


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