From sparkle-studded power pouts to retro glamour and some serious smoky-eye action, discover Milan Fashion Week’s most memorable moments in Savoir Flair’s roundup, below.
Teasing her newest product (she revealed on Instagram that ‘006’ is coming soon), Pat McGrath created a simple yet stunning beauty look at Bottega Veneta. Flawless faces, bronze-tinged eyes, and creamy camel-colored lips were perfectly paired with 50s-style quiffs.
Metallic mouths matched metallic manis at Vivetta, bringing a futuristic yet feminine feel to the runway.
Dolce & Gabbana
In true Dolce & Gabbana style, the influencers who walked the runway were made up with the most romantic of beauty looks. Pat McGrath and her team followed the usual theme of classic, almost Renaissance-inspired makeup. The perfect pairing of a rich, red lip and a cat-eye flick brought a sense of romance and a touch of divine decadence to the runway.
One of the prettiest beauty looks of Milan Fashion Week, the makeup at Francesco Scognamiglio was all about soft colors, delicate tones, and hints of sparkle, which beautifully captured his butterfly inspiration.
In line with the show’s theme, beauty was given an otherworldly touch at Gucci. Some models sported a small silver teardrop jewel placed on the cheekbone, while others rocked a gorgeous, glittery lip. This beautiful but haunting, futuristic feel was further emphasized with elaborately styled hairdos created by Paul Hanlon.
Romantic, tousled braids contrasted beautifully against the magical makeup look at Alberta Ferretti. Smoky eyes were transformed with festive shades of red and gold, adding a touch of glamour but also a hint of “danger”, as described by makeup artist Tom Pecheux.
Bold, black, graphic eyes were perfectly contrasted with flashes of neon hair extensions at Versace, bringing street style straight to the runway – one of the biggest influences on the season’s collection.
Marco De Vincenzo
Bright-blue winged liner adorned eyes at Marco De Vincenzo, with light-blue hues blending beautifully into darker shades, thereby creating a two-tone look that further made models’ eyes pop.
The Moschino dolls were back again, this time rocking a retro 60s vibe with big beehive buns, cat-eye flicks, defined eye creases, and lots of lip liner.