What?! Magazine takes a look at 3 make-up artist that made a noise over fashion week.
For art to be meaningful, captivating and ultimately worth looking at, it should touch the viewer in some way, appeal to a memory, feeling or idea.
James Riley’s work, took me to that moment of childish play, where the eyes widen with excitement, where color is concerned. Seeing all the models together was an interesting and stimulating experience.
As Alex Box showed us with her innovative make-up design for Gareth Pugh which involved cutting metallic laser like paper which was then glued under the eyes.
Coca –cola and Andy Warhol pop art are just a few thoughts that spring to mind when watching the Viktor and Rolf show.
Pat Mcgrath sent models down the catwalk with a striking hot red face worked in a classic way.
What I love about Pat is her ability to refocus and revise application depending on the collection and designer she is working with at the time.
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