The ideas of Josef Albers on the experimentation of color, the landscape art of Nils-Udo and the crystal recreations of marine life by Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka, have been the three pillars on which Josep Font, creative director of Delpozo, was has sustained to materialize its spring / summer 2015 collection.
Shades of pink, white, turquoise blue and green were the chromatic protagonists of a catwalk dominated by the almost architectural sculpture-dresses with defined geometric lines.
To counter the opulence of clothing, Antonio Corral Calero, Moroccanoil's creative director, opted for a modern and feminine look. To do this, he smoothed the models' hair and gathered it into a low ponytail, leaving the hair shiny and "luxurious as clothes", points the stylist.
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For makeup, Mónica Marmo went to Nils-Udo's paintings, starring roots and flowers, and applied strong green and pink colors. The key to making a vibrant shade long-lasting is to "first use a cream shadow, then apply a powder shadow, and lastly, outline with a color that stands out," explains the MAC Cosmetics artist.
The touch of color was also noticeable on the nails, designed by Essie manicurist Julie Kandalec who created a matte orange crescent that stood out over the rest of the nail without makeup.