We’ve been spoilt for choice over the last month with the Spring Summer ’17 fashion week trends and street style inspiration. The hair and beauty looks have been on fire and we can’t wait to share our favourites from Milan & Paris in our roundup. If you want to catch up on the London and New York shows, check out our posts here.
Bright eyes, sunshine yellow and hair tied back to accentuate accessories such as these beautiful earrings.
It was all about thick brows at the Prada show and a very natural makeup look by Pat McGrath.
Jeremy Scott channelled Barbie girls from the 90s as the vibe for his show. We’re talking contouring, false lashes, big lips, blonde wigs!
Inspired by Marie Antoinette, the Fendi show was all about opulence and glamour. Models sported sparkly lips and cat eye eyeliner.
Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini
Light makeup with speckles across the nose and cheeks enhanced the bohemian theme of the show.
We can expect a chic sophistication from the Paris shows, think understated glamour and effortless hair and makeup. Even Kim Kardashian West, barely seen without full make up from her trusted ‘glam squad’ went bare faced at the Balenciaga show!
The soft plaited pigtails at Etam portrayed an effortless style with a gentle blush on the cheeks offering a cute rosy glow.
Dries Van Noten
Dries Van Noten presented a more angular, sharp aesthetic with side parts by Sam McKnight and M.A.C Taupe shadow on the eyes. Veiling and sunglasses were also worn as key accessories, with the set design consisting of iced flowers by floral artist Azuma Makoto, models walking past blocks of large ice containing flowers. Only a spritz of Evain was used on the hair to keep the look natural.
Acne went for a moodier tone. Make up artist Aaron de Mey opted for MAC Deep Rooted lipstick with a lavendar colour palette. Poker straight hair added to the moody theme of the show.
Here we see another “no make up” makeup look – definitely a trend emerging here! Peter Phillips used Dior Forever Foundation and a balm to the eyelids. Hair stylist Guido Palau French braided buns and top knots.
Hair by Stephane Lancien for L’Oreal hair. Here we see a poetic look with bejewelled twisted jewellery on the face. Makeup by Tom Cheux using M.A.C cosmetics.