Tuesday, 23 February 2016

Bizarre Beauty at LFW



Toga's Brushed Brows
Taking the classic brushed brow to the extreme, Toga used a verticle motion to increase their volume for maximum impact.  




AF Vandervorst's Clown Eyes
An impact for the eyes, AF Vandervorst's clown-inspired beauty bizarrely juxtaposed the bandage masks the models wore on the catwalk. 




McQueen's Hair Jewels
Because the odd bobby pin just won't suffice, Alexander McQueen decked their models out in an array of embellishments strewn across messy up-dos.




Zandra Rhodes 60s Eyes
A dreamy mix of baby blue and pink, 60's eye looks reached a whole new level of psychadelia with Zandra Rhodes' models. 



Edda Gimnes Cartoon Brows
Juevinile scribbled brows to centre stage at Edda Gimnes' collection that showcased sketch-esque pieces. 


James Kelly's Halloween Horror
Indescribable and undeniable disturbing, James Kelly's models might have been wearing normcore balck but their faces depicted something altogether frightful.


Ashley Isham's Filigree Face
Midas makeup is a popular one with the runways but Ashley Isham took a different approach. Looking half masquerade mask, half tattoo, the gold detailing was decadent.


Ashish's Lip Must Match Wig Rule
An unspoken rule no-one has heard of, Ashish went matchy matchy with statement afros mimicking the array of colours the models wore on their lips.