The charm search version Signe Veiteberg at the Fall. 2018 Louis Vuitton program. Video: @patmcgrathreal/ Instagram Nicolas Ghesquière produced a gorgeous collection for Louis Vuitton to liquidate Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday, and also while the program overall was a standout of the season, its the eye makeup in particular that has us mesmerized.
Makeup artist Pat McGrath advised all of us, yet again, why shes considered the master of her craft by creating a collection of spectacular eye-makeup looks.
While the majority of the versions in the program used no-makeup make-up, a handful of them– the fortunate ones, if you ask us– obtained McGraths artful treatment of color-blocking, competing red stripes as well as negative-space patterns in tones and forms that in some cases worked with or contrasted with the clothing they were using.
No 2 variations were the same.McGrath appears to have been fairly enthralled by the end product herself, taking to Instagram to upload the above video of the blue-and-orange look she developed for model Signe Veiteberg.On the other hand, the hair told a story of uniqueness and utter chillness.
Hairstylist Paul Hanlon produced a range of laid-back hairdos, greatly showcasing versions very own cuts as well as all-natural structures (and model Teddy Quinlivans freshly-dyed, shocking redhead color remodeling!).
Click with the listed below for a more detailed glimpse at McGraths skillful work (and also Quinlivans unexpected makeover), fresh from the Louis Vuitton Fall 2018 runway.