Olivia Rubin, the designer loved by the likes of Stacey Solomon, Rosie Fortescue, Fearne Cotton and Vogue Williams, showed her Autumn Winter 2020 collection at London Fashion Week on Tuesday - and what a show it was! Polka dots, bows, sequins, and plenty of colour, this was the perfect show to end London Fashion Week on a high.
As well as the clothes on the catwalk, it was also the beauty look that had everyone excited - mainly because of the top-secret Charlotte Tilbury product used on the models backstage. Makeup artist Sofia Schwarzkopf-Tilbury - Charlotte Tilbury's glamorous niece - teased the launch of a metallic blue liner, but what's so special about this one? We will soon find out!
2020欧洲杯体育投注开户Sofia said: "I’m so excited to be working with the amazing Olivia Rubin this season. Olivia’s AW20 presentation is a real party of colour - rainbow petals, tie dye ombré, polka dots, primary and pastels, so I wanted to create a makeup look that really popped with the collection. The beauty look is all about bringing back that real 80s vintage makeup look - bold colour on the eyes with a clashing statement POP lip!"
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She continued: "The skin is flawless with a natural-looking glow and exaggerated to really accentuate the cheekbones. Wearing colour on the eyes was a huge trend in the 80s so, to compliment the incredible colours in the collection and make the eyes look more MAGIC, I added a curved POP of metallic, super electric blue liner, using an exclusive NEW! product that’s launching soon. For the lips, I applied , a bright fuchsia shade that’s the perfect, beautifully contrasting colour to complete the look!"
Hairstylist Zoe Irwin - a ghd Brand Ambassador - created the voluminous curly look using the and the 'Flip and Grip' technique we're sure to see more of next season. Side note: Zoe even spray painted the grips in the hair to match the clothes - now, that's dedication.
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