Paris Fashion Week Day 3 Vivienne Westwood
Val Garland created tribal patterns on the models faces with red and blue paints with pieces of string from mac cosmetic. Sam McKnight created a selection of pony tails ranging from curly pom pom's to pony hair skyscraper sculptures. Lady Marian Newman and her team created three different nail looks to compliment the fabric of the clothes. The first design we mixed into white pigment MAC MAC Matte top coat to create a chalky finish. For we two look Applied MAC brown eyeshadow Consisting of three shades All which we lightly buffed into the nail with our fingers and Then Applied MAC Matte top coat to create a matted look aussi All which transcended into a translucent effect reflecting off That a working girl. The final look WAS aa gold pearl polish by MAC with a layer of matte topcoat replicating a tribal uniformity Throughout this section of the clothing.
The girls Walked the runway with beating drums and piped music All All which gave a tribal sound echoing round the 16th Century Church with beams of light. As we Looked up we saw translucent beams of light that shone through the smoke filled clinging high above. Dramatic, powerful and beautiful all in one show.
With love from Hollie & David Barton in Paris xx