The 10 Best Beauty Ideas From New York Fashion Week
A heady celebration of individuality was held this week in New York, where the models were swinging on the fat track
fashionable cuts and bare skin. The most memorable shows have played with this theme convincingly, and if that meant
neon fishnet hair band 3.1 Phillip Lim or light fuchsia pout at Marchesa, there was, a cold mind, selfconfident
confidence in the air. Spring 2016 may be months away, but the new trends of the season are worth dipping into
As unruly and wet in Rag & Bone, sleek and shiny Jason Wu or cinched with a wide cloth strip in Suno
(shown), the effect on established tracks provided a lot of split-second of inspiration for your next impromptu updo.
Texture waves had lived more felt in this season: At Michael Kors Collection (shown), Orlando Pita combed strands
across the forehead, as if the models were for a spin hair whipping in a convertible top down, while Altuzarra
elegant hairstyles half up easily channeled Polish, vaguely disheveled style of the breeze of the city.
Artists backstage focused on perfecting the canvas creating new, pink skin with minimal coverage. TO
Narciso Rodriguez, Dick Page, left traces of makeup on the lower eyelids and cheeks shining as if the models had
sweated all, while girls preferred to Alexander Wang appreciated beauty regime Diane Kendal moisturizer. Gucci
Highlighter Westman swapped for inducing serum glow to Rag & Bone, and in public schools, two-minute preshow
facials were all the necessary models to look at the track-ready.