Only models can get away with looking like they haven’t washed/brushed their hair and haven’t slept in ages. That said, the only way to go with a hyper frilly (and totally gorgeous!!) piece like this one from Giambattista Valli is natural.
I could do without that faux tattoo (tattoos have always irked me), especially something like the above over the collar bone, but it’s hard to make an original statement in a cluttered market and to that end Maria Grazia Chiuri more than succeeded. And that’s without touching on the eye makeup and masks (see below) that she showed to complement her collection for Dior.
The beauty looks at Dior were a breathtaking surrealist dream (it’s worth checking out all the looks).
If you look close at the model’s eyes you’ll see that she has a bold green under-shadow, which combined with the hair gave a hypnotic effect to the beauty look at Iris van Herpen (see closer up pictures here).
Was Karl inspired by the looming royal wedding? Either way I’m not a fan of this chapeau meets mourning veil.
Speaking of headpieces – here’s one I can get behind! At least if you have the required strong personality and confidence to effectively pull it off like the above Ralph & Russo model.
I’m worried for her earlobes! But this look is awesome in an updated 80s way.