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Posts for October 21st 2011

Roberto Coin Fall 2011 Ad Campaign - Christy Turlington

Oct21

Roberto Coin
Fall 2011
Photographer: Craig McDean
Model: Christy Turlington


Grazia No. 40 October 2011 Editorial - Julie Ordon

Oct21

Grazia No. 40
October 2011
Photographer: Frederic Pinet
Model: Julie Ordon 
Stylist: Michela Guasco


Costume Denmark November 2011 Cover - Mona Johannesson

Oct21

Costume Denmark
November 2011
Photographer: Dennis Stenild
Model: Mona Johannesson


Vogue Paris November 2011 Beauty Editorial by Inez van Lambsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin

Oct21

Vogue Paris
November 2011
Photographers: Inez van Lambsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin
Models: Hanaa Ben Abdesslem, Natasha Poly, Izabel Goulart, Isabeli Fontana, Arizona Muse, Karolina Kurkova
Makeup: Lisa Butler
Stylist: Emmanuelle Alt


Gareth Pugh x MAC

Oct21

Gareth Pugh is no stranger to the wonderful world of makeup. “Every day I wear black eye liner—top and bottom—right in the corners, and I smudge it a little bit with my finger,” Pugh says, revealing that MAC Studio Fix foundation and its Lip Conditioner also make it into his bag on a regular basis. Still, when the news broke this summer that fashion’s reigning prince of darkness would be launching a full-scale, limited-edition cosmetics collection with MAC in the fall, it was a bit of a surprise: Pugh isn’t so much into color. “It’s something that I don’t really get to do so much,” he admits, but that doesn’t mean he wasn’t up for the challenge. “It was really nice to be able to think in terms of something other than clothing, where obviously color is a very big part of the process,” the British designer says of the 18-piece range of pigments and accessories he’s launching with the mega brand next month. It includes deep burgundy Metal-X Cream Eye Shadows, dark mulberry lipsticks, lavender Lipglasses, and iridescent nail lacquers with blue/violet bases. The range boasts custom-designed lacquered packaging unlike anything MAC has launched before. “I wanted something quite angular and sharp and straight,” Pugh explains, pointing to a black cube he keeps in his inspiration coffers that informs a fair bit of his work. “Even when I was designing my shop in Hong Kong, the idea was to make it look as if you stepped in a black cube, because a lot of what I do comes from that idea—and that black is kind of my thing.” Here, Pugh talks eyelashes, the art of collaboration, and “adding another string to [his] ball” with a product that has mass appeal.

Available on November 23 in the U.S.

All photos courtesy of MAC.


Elle France October 2011 Editorial - Edie Campbell

Oct21

Elle France
October 2011
Photographer: Simon Burstall
Model: Edie Campbell
Stylist: Jeanne Le Bault


 

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