Jeremy Scott F/W 2012: Backstage

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For the past two seasons of nyfw, I’ve been seeing photos from the Jeremy Scott show, and wishing I could go. This february, the fashion week scheduling gods smiled upon me, and I finally got my chance!

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Dashing Diva’s Patti Yankee used Nail Bliss Nail Bling on models’ nails to create a techno, computer-esque nail to correspond with the 90’s raver/internet inspired hair and makeup.

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The pattern on nails was meant to mimic keyboard keys!

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Eugene Souleiman for Wella Professionals created a totally outrageous, geometric rainbow hair style that turned models into “avatars” of themselves.

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To get the look:
1. Hair was braided into corn rows to “anchor” the colored extensions.
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2. Each hair piece was sewn in individually.
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3. Colored pieces were woven into the center anchor.

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Each model’s hair took 30-40 minutes.

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Jeremy Scott supervising backstage.

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Kabuki for MAC created a look he described as “rave revisited”, directly inspired by the collection. 90’s Gwen Stefani, computer culture, and the internet helped create his vision of the ss13 Jeremy Scott girl.

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To get the look:
MAC Sculpt Foundation was used to prep skin. NC15 Chromagraphic Pencil was used to line lips, which were then filled in using a combination of Lip Mix in Blue and Cyan. Goldmine Eye Shadow was used on lids, with Coffee Pencil used on the lower lash line. Using eyelash glue, 19 bindi’s (handmade the night before!) were applied to the foreheads of each girl, with a flashing LED light (which Kabuki found online) in center.

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The finished look:
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Designer Jeremy Scott with a model.

See the full photo set here.

All photos and content ®2012 Rachel Scroggins/The Greyest Ghost.

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