There are always some styling in each fashion week leaving us a deep impression and Anthony Vaccarello 2012 ~ 2013 autumn and winter series is just a great example. It deliberately presented virility to form a contrast with the female confident feminine charm with the traditional men’s clothing tailoring and senior underwear elements, together with the glory of the 1950s charm.
This gorgeous conflict, collision of masculine and tenderness, is described by Estee Lauder global makeup creative director Tom Pecheux into bold color collision and outline sketched. In Tom’s view, it’s may be quite interesting to abandon synonymous of strong woman- black, and use burgundy red eye makeup and glossy strokes to turn women’s inherent strength and self-confidence into elegant eye makeup lines. They are soft and full of strength, confident but not indifferent, and thus show the women’s changeable modern beauty.
It gradually become a fashion trend to use color to reflect the proportion of eye makeup. Using modern thinking to create sharp charm “smoked” feeling for eyes, focus should be put on the design for eye shape which is neither too bland nor conservative, thus the emphasis ought to be on less mascara and more saturation of color and gloss.
Makeup creative director Tom Pecheux use black eye shadow and a very thin brush to create hand-painted eyelashes full of sense of presence, appearing not only dramatic but also multi-leveled, and with brown egg-shaped eye makeup, two-color eyelashes and pink and tender lips, this highly three-dimensional color interpretation presented in the Derek Lam’s New York as well as Anthony Vaccarello’s show in Paris fashion Week. It’s funny and sexy.