The pastel colors of "Untitled, 1957" by the American painter Mark Rothko inspired the Mexican designer Rolando Santana. The fashion designer captured the delicate tones in dresses with rich embroidery, structured fabrics and textured tweed.
Romero Jennings, make-up artist at MAC Cosmetics, incorporated mauve shades into her makeup, giving special importance to skin shine and contour. "We wanted it to be a daytime makeup, to work with any skin tone," says Jennings. "Mauve in the eyes and peach in the lips and cheeks, the colors are opposite but they complement each other."
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Regarding hair, Patrick Melville, from the Patrick Melville Pepino salon, opted for a look that works day and night. "It's a classic, elegant and timeless hairstyle," says Melville. “A ponytail in the middle of the head, very tight and textured. Let him leave his neck disheveled and create energy.”
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Rothko's painting was present not only in the costumes, but also in the manicure, with tones created especially for the show by the Zoya house. "Rolando gave us the colors of his designs and we made mixes until we obtained the desired shade," explains Rebecca Isa of Art of Beauty. "He wanted the nails to be like pictures, and [it was important] that they be dense and highly pigmented nail polish."