What a fun start to the day: tortoise shell nails at Rodarte.
The hair at Rodarte is equally animal-inspired. Hairstylist Odile Gilbert and her team hand-painted the zebra-print on these extensions.
At Vera Wang’s show, Grace Coddington doesn’t take notes—she sketches. That’s a notepad I’d pay to see!
Backstage at Wes Gordon, I pick up a great trick from makeup artist Alice Lane: dump a pot of Maybelline Color Tattoo Pure Pigments in Breaking Bronze (a golden-brown loose powder, which was also used on eyes here) into body lotion for a shimmery décolleté. “Mamma Cat” (on the right) approves.
I’m a sucker for pastels so the fun French mani at Wes Gordon is now on my to-paint list.
Two great things: heading backstage at Marc by Marc Jacobs, and getting hooked up with a fun pop-arty mani by Rita Remark. I can’t stop staring at my nails!
Shiseido artistic director Dick Page was feeling blue at Marc by Marc Jacobs. Just eyeshadow, and nothing else (no liner, mascara, brow, nor lip).
I spotted these great fabrics/sketches on the wall at Oscar de la Renta. Getting early clues about the collection is all part of the fun of being backstage.
I love watching Revlon global artistic director Gucci Westman at work. Here, she’s showing her team how to create the purple-pink lids at Oscar de la Renta, while sharing stories from sending her son off to his first day of school that morning. And, check out the fun twist-braid by hairstylist Orlando Pita!
And that’s a wrap! What a whirlwind it’s been.
Now, time to get to work on fun Spring stories!