Cheerful colors, feminine silhouettes and fun accessories were the keys to the Kate Spade show. In her spring-summer 2015 collection, the designer presented a display of classic cuts modernized by fabrics and prints in fresh and bright tones.
Lyne Desnoyers was in charge of makeup. The MAC Cosmetics artist opted for peach colors to make the models blush. "The skin has to be very hydrated, appear moist," says Desnoyers. "The key is the luminosity, especially at the top of the cheekbone, never on the apple of the cheek, and mattify the rest," she added. “The clothes have a lot of color so the makeup can't steal the show. It is about reinterpreting the classic sensual and feminine makeup with a thick line. To achieve this, I recommend drawing with a pencil and reviewing it with liquid or gel eyeliner”.
The hair manager, Tommy Bucket for Garnier, decided to leave the models' hair almost natural, to contrast with the richness of the fabrics and add a little volume by brushing from the bottom up and smearing oil on the ends to give shine. "We have respected the texture of each model, we have not applied extensions, we have left it natural," explains Bucket. "The trick is not to overwork it."
Tommy Bucket was in charge of creating the hairstyle for the Kate Spade show.
The manicure, in an almost white pink shade with black lines, was the work of Deborah Lippmann. "We wanted some nail art, but nothing crazy," emphasizes Lippmann. Classic, short and round nails. I recommend not applying too much enamel and leaving the base coat to dry well.”