Last week brought the last of the 2013 Autumn Winter fashion shows — always a celeb-filled, dreamy time to get inspired by the beauty trends set to roll out as the weather cools down. There were five prominent makeup trends amongst a sea of equally beautiful looks, and the best part is they're all wearbale. From eyes to lips and skin, it's all typically rich and Winter-y — enough to have you fetching your favourite pea coat and finding a fire. Click through to see the five makeup trends to try this Winter, now.
To anyone who kept a close eye on any of the four Fashion Weeks we've just witnessed, it would have been pretty apparent that there were three beautiful models in particular who were repeatedly stealing the show. While Kate Moss caused a media storm by taking to the runway once more, it was Brit Cara Delevingne, American Karlie Kloss and Australian Catherine McNeil who had the most attention, considering they starred in most of the shows. From Cara's pretty fringe and pastel colours at Emilio Pucci in Milan, to Catherine's sexy spin for Nina Ricci in Paris and Karlie's dramatic turns in New York, there wasn't a place where these girls weren't the stars of the show. Here, we've pulled together all of their runway appearances — click through to see who they walked for and where!
During Fashion Month, celebrities bring their A-games when it comes to sitting front row. But it's not just their dressed-to-the-nines ensembles that capture attention; their hair and makeup looks are equally as posh. Over the past few weeks, we've seen stars such as Jessica Chastain, Zoe Saldana, and Drew Barrymore lining the front rows at fashion shows in New York, London, Milan, and Paris. And now, we're taking a look back at the top 50 celebrity beauty styles.
Although not as many celebrities show their faces during Milan fashion week as they do for fashion week in other cities, it's still a prime time to do some serious star spotting. And with shows like Versace and Roberto Cavalli taking place, who could blame celebrities for wanting a first look at all that eye candy? Flip through to see which famous faces have been spotted in Milan.
— Additional reporting by Jessica Cruel
Milan Fashion Week wraps tomorrow, but before we move on to Paris, let's take in all the glamorous looks from the front-row fashion pack. Most recently, we spotted Ashley Greene looking cool in an icy-hued ensemble at the Salvatore Ferragamo show. Before that, Olivia Palermo made a posh arrival at Roberto Cavalli in a fur collar, printed coat, and black leather pants, while Fergie made her way to Giorgio Armani's show in a white suit. Step inside to see all the celebrities lining MFW's front rows.
If London fashion week is for the party kids, then Milan fashion week is for the sophisticated ladies of the world. The beauty looks we see every season in Italy are vastly different than their predecessors, with hair and makeup that would fit in sweetly in a Fellini film. See the looks that the hair and makeup gurus conjure up and send down the runway for Autumn Winter 2013 when you click through.
— Additional reporting by Kaitlyn Dreyling, Jaime Richards, and Jessica Cruel
Roberto Cavalli conjures up a tougher kind of cool girl for Autumn Winter 2013. Instead of overt sexiness, this is a more androgynous brand of glamour, with monochromatic print on print and gowns that trade curvaceous overtures for subtle revelations of skin with sheer paneling and form-grazing — rather than form-flaunting — cuts. There's something boyish in the suiting and more modest cuts, but none of it is any less striking, any less luxe, or any less glam. Thanks to multi-coloured furry toppers, studs, and brocades, Cavalli's girl is just as much the rock-and-roll goddess she's always been.
The rocker girl has found stylish asylum in Milan, and the Emilio Pucci Autumn/Winter 2013 collection has supplied her with the latest way to dress with equal parts attitude and sex appeal. From the models' straight-across bangs á la Marianne Faithfull to the knockout thigh-boots, designer Peter Dundas crafted a '70s-inspired lineup rife with the label's signature deco prints, colorful furs, and animal prints. The wilder accents, like tasselled purses, wide waist belts, and ultra-embellished tops, were countered with subtler details, like sweet polka-dot netting and silky bow ties.
Babydoll dresses, complete with keyhole cutouts, and leather hot pants provided the daytime glamour, while shimmery gold and sheer black minis were sent out as flashier evening options. As for the front-row fodder? While singer Rita Ora was in attendance — she wore Pucci exclusively on her tour — we can't help but think another singer (ahem, Beyoncé) might be interested in these wares. Click through now for a complete look at the Emilio Pucci Autumn/Winter '13 collection.
The manicures coming down the Milan Fashion Week runways have been rather nonexistent, but we spotted nail jewellery on the Aigner Fall 2013 catwalk. The nails were kept bare except for the golden rings that decorated a few of the models' fingers. We want to know what you think of this nail jewellery. Would you wear it?