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CALLA’s Spring 2013 presentation was one I ended up accidentally stumbling upon during Saturday night of NYFW at Milk Studios. And boy, was I glad I found it— the collection ended up being one of my hands down favorites of the S/S ’13 season.
Both the floral and more abstract watercolor prints were absolutely phenomenal, and the unexpected polka-dot eye makeup (which I will SO be DIYing soon) took the entire look to the next level.
HONOR’s Spring 2012 collection was one of the most delicate, girly collections– and biggest hits– of the season. After being told how very girly the collection was, Designer Giovanna Randall decided to juxtapose “imperfect” elements alongside the polished feminine pieces. “I decided to go all the way and make it ultra feminine, but also with something slightly ‘off.’ I had a vision of creating an army of angry dolls that had been played with too much, not precious dolls that sit on a shelf.”
To get the look: Hair was sprayed with Bumble and Bumble Prep, and Thickening Spray, then blown dry.
Hair was styled with a severe side part, covering the forehead and the edge of one eye. Hair was then sprayed with Bumble and Bumble Dry Shampoo for texture, and pulled back into a loose low ponytail at the back of the head. To finish, hair was brushed through using the stylist’s hands, and topped off with Spray de Mode.
James Boehmer, NARS Director of Global Artistry created a flawless face, framed with slightly off-kilter and messy lashes.
To get the look: new Spring 2012 productTinted Moisturizer was applied to the face, topped with a dusting of Loose Powder. Eyes were enhanced using Eyeliner Pencil in Black Moon, and Larger Than Life Long-Wear Eyeliner in Rue Bonaparte and Santa Monica Boulevard.
Eyelashes were coated with many, many applications of Larger Than Life Lengthening Mascara and Larger Than Life Volumizing Mascara. Said Boehmer “When you think you’ve got enough mascara, add two more coats.” To finish the look, Pure Matte Lipstick in Valparaiso was applied to lips.
The retro inspired dresses were a large part of the reason this was one of my very favorite collections of the season. I’m only sad I overbooked myself that afternoon, and didn’t get a chance to shoot the runway show as well!
Lula issue 10 is now out, and features seven different “Strawberry Shortcake” themed covers. I haven’t yet picked up a copy yet, but I’m loving what I’ve seen of the issue so far.
Models were styled by Leith Clark in this Damon Heath photographed editorial for the Spring/Summer 2010 issue.
The result is an adorable collection of covers. Wish I could get all 7!
Images via The Fashion Spot.