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The Moschino look was fuelled by pastels. Pink lips and glittering eyes were painted onto the Moschino models thanks to Kabuki. Whilst it was mainly cat-eye flicks and Jackie O wigs some of the models were painted in bright hues to offset the colours of the clothes. This is a look that can totally be recreated with a slick of liquid liner and some light blush. Image: Jamie Stoker

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Another look we have to discuss from Fashion Week is the make up. Pat McGrath slayed with make up concepts standing out just as much as the clothes. Some of the models were adorned with a slick of colour across the eyelid, sharpening up to the temple. Of course, it is the diamonte finish that I can't get enough of. If I could strut around everyday with gems embellishing my eyes, believe me I would. Image: Vogue

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The kick-off at Milan Fashion week was definitely eye-grabbing. Hailed as one of the most anticipated shows at Milan Fashion Week, Gucci had the attendees wondering from the first moment of contact. The invite was an orange timer sealed inside a plastic bag with digital numbers counting down to the time and date of the show. On the front of the timer, a sticker said: "Parental Advisory, Explicit Content."


The show was presented at the brand's Milan Hub and was transformed into a surgeon's room complete with PLC flooring, dark LED lamps and icy cold hospital rooms creating a spooky atmosphere. According to the designer Alessandro Michele, the inspiration was an essay written by Donna Haraway ion  1984 "A Cyborg Manifesto" featuring the distinctions between human, animals and machines. 

The end result was a paraphernalia of hybrids, dualism and a fine line between man and animal male and female. Some models carried frightening replicas of their own heads or eerie animals such as a snake, a chameleon or a baby dragon.

The FROW at Gucci which was made into a hospital waiting room seated the likes of Nick Cave, Susie Bick and their son Earl Cave. Seated next to them were the stars of The End of the F***ung World Jessica Barden and Alex Lawther, Donatella Versace, Chloe Sevigny, Rowan Blanchard, Edward Enninful and Anna Wintour. The collection featured many of the House's signatures such as rich embroidery, sequins, feathers and detailed tailoring. 

The accessories such as headscarves were printed with horses while bags were printed with tigers. Others were inspired by Asian architecture including a pagoda-looking hat. Overall a fine mesh of Michelle's unique approach to abundant maximalism. 

Head to our gallery for more inspiration, and shop like a maximalist from our expert edit below!

IMAGE CREDITS: Vogue.com

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The most famous faces in British fashion came together in support of the LGBTQ community and collection at the head of Burberry. Models such as Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne looked glamorous as ever! #LondonFashionWeek #Burberry Credit: Vogue Paris

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Love this collection!
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Along with the beautiful sets, they were cute and powerful messages tattooed on the models. These words in French included "Liberté", which means "freedom". Other unforgettable phrases were "L'Amour est Toujours Devant Yous. Aimez! Look at my gallery for more inspiration.Credits: pinterest

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One fashion week down, three to go. If New York Fashion Week felt a little bit under-the-radar this season, maybe it’s because designers largely eschewed fanfare for fanfare’s sake in favour of ultimately very wearable clothes for every type of women. From the Tom Ford’s glamazons and the modern minimalists at The Row to the arty sophisticates that Nanushka and Rosie Assoulin colourfully cater for, this sentiment was backed up by the diversity of the FROWs (Cardi B seated next Anna Wintour was one memorable moment) if not necessarily the models. Even the streetstyle set seemed less dramatic in their looks, turning to the tried-and-tested winning formula of a statement coat and bag, with jeans or skirts just seen, and boots (teeny-tiny sunglasses optional) as they paraded from show to show. Caroline Issa, Lisa Aiken and Susie Bubble pulled together some of the most notable. After sifting through countless runway pics, the five shows with the looks we’ll be adding to our wishlist and Pinterest boards pronto are below. In no particular order. 


As none of these were ‘see now, buy now’, shop our edit of their current collections below! The collections mentioned are in the gallery above.

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Fashion Week is so much more than style. During fashion week we get an inside look at the hair and makeup trends that we'll be sporting all next season. On a few lucky occasions like this years’ New York Fashion Week, it also reflects a shift in society on the very definition of beauty. This NYFW was bursting with a sense of change that was embracing activism, and celebrities that were more disrupting than your average celeb bunch. 


From the breast cancer survivor Erica Hart, who walked at the Chromat show in a slip dress that was gracefully showing off her scars to the ten-year-old drag kid Desmond Napoles, who walked proudly at Gypsy Sport. To accommodate to this celebration of inclusivity and uniqueness, makeup and hairstyles were extravagant, rebellious and bold. 

EYE FOCUS 

The focus currently has shifted towards eye makeup featuring over the top looks such as black lashes and plastic bug eyes á la Gareth Pugh. There was gold glitter at Ulla Johnson and smoky eyes at Tom Ford or Alice + Olivia who traded the liquid eyeliner for a smudgy eye pencil. The eyeshadows surrendered to a rainbow effect with graphic edges in shimmering colours of pinks and purples. While Kate Spade opted for diamonds carefully glued on the models’ eyelids. 

SUBVERSIVE HAIRDOS 

When it comes to hair, the trend was all about spray products using all the essentials to create a  wet look. The accessories were over the top featuring 80’s leather headbands, throwback claw clips and irreverent updos put together with an army of hair gel. 

BOLD LIPS 

Whether it's two-tone pink and red lipstick, a healthy glow so extreme you're basically applying moon dust to your skin, red was a constant. The classic crimson lip became a powerful pout painted in a carefree fashion of individuality, whether it was in liquid form at Chromat or matte at Bottega Veneta. 

HAIR DYE 

Objecting to the single hair colour trend of seasons past, bold as they may have been, this time it was all about strategically placed streaks. The models at Sies Marjan wore pinks and blues while green and blonde short dos was also a trend at Marc Jacobs. Which of the makeup trends will you be trying this season? Shop all the beauty and hair essentials from our expert edit below! 

IMAGE CREDITS: VOGUE, FASHIONISTA.com.

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New York Fashion Week to a memorable close last night and marc jacobs did a good job as he showed 8o's couture.
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Take a moment to appreciate the best beauty looks of New York Fashion Week AW18 with us. Because Fashion Month is so much more than just clothes and this was our first chance to check out the hair and makeup trends we'll soon be sporting next season. As with the collections and shows themselves, which celebrated rebelliousness, inclusivity and uniqueness, the shift in society regarding the definition of beauty was reflected boldly and extravagantly. 


Here are four of our favourites! 

EYE FOCUS 

It seems more is more again by the extravagant eye makeup choices on the NYFW catwalks. Ulla Johnson’s models have their eyelids dusted with gold glitter, while Tom Ford presented his own take on sexy smoky eyes, and Alice + Olivia traded liquid eyeliner for smudgy eye pencil. The eyeshadows surrendered to a rainbow effect with graphic edges in shimmering colours of pinks and purples at Oscar de la Renta and Anna Sui. We can’t wait to DIY Kate Spade’s eye makeup: sparkling diamonds carefully glued onto eyelids.

SUBVERSIVE HAIRDOS
 

The main trend was wet look hair, created by sprays that worked on every texture as seen on the Row catwalk by hairstylist Eugene Souleiman. The accessories were pretty maximalist: with 80’s leather headbands, throwback claw clips and irreverent gelled updos among the best of the bunch. 

BOLD LIPS 

Red was a colour constant, even when paired with pink for two tone lips. And it was masterfully set off with a healthy glow so extreme it will look like you applied moon dust to your skin. This classic crimson became a powerful pout, although painted in a carefree fashion, in liquid form at Chromat and matte at Bottega Veneta. 

HAIR  DYE 

Swap the single hair colour of seasons past, as bold as it is, for strategically placed streaks. The models at Sies Marjan wore pinks and blues, while green and blonde short dos made an appearance at Marc Jacobs. Which of the makeup trends will you be trying this season? Shop all the beauty and hair essentials from our expert edit below! 

IMAGE CREDITS: VOGUE, FASHIONISTA.com.

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There is one piece that can upgrade your look in seconds. And it is Camel coloured coats! Especially Max Mara being an icon in this fashion, camel coats instantly add elegance to your look. Favourite of many celebs and models, this trend can be styled with anything and everything. As we’re getting closer to Spring, try this trend out before it’s too late! #camel #coats #trend #maxmara #cameltcoat #style #elegant #elegance #streetstyle

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This Spring, you won’t spend hours infront of the mirror trying to perfect your thin eyeliner. Why? Because this season eyeliners are getting crazy and geometrical. The thicker it is, the better. During the Spring/Summer 2018 shows, models were wearing thick eyeliners which indicated that this will be the trend of 2018. Don’t try to make it thin and straight. Go crazy with your eyeliners! #eyeliner #makeup #spring #trend #eye #style

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When the 90s began, the "supermodels" were born. Girls like Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Christy Turlington and Linda Evangelista - who said they did not get out of bed for less than $ 10,000 a day - took the catwalks and attention of the world with their looks from another planet. Look at my gallery for more inspiration. Credits: Pinterest

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Daniëlle Cathari collaborates with Adidas again, the designer has taken the most iconic garments of the firm and has wholly deconstructed them, creating the perfect tracksuit for all the millennials and models off duty. Credits: Pinterest

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