Including a remarkable aluminum-free deodorant that really works, a moisturizing hand sanitizer (in super-cute packaging!) and a handful of summery fragrances and candles that brought a bit of escapism to our lives.
A timeless look from 2000.
Including poppy neon eyeliners that will make you want to actually get experimental with makeup again.
This week's picks include fancy beauty tools that'll up your self-care game and a beauty organizer that's just as useful when you're stuck at home as it is for travel.
Plus, Naomi Campbell on her new collaboration with Pat McGrath and using her platform to celebrate Black excellence.
Plus, the #VogueChallenge is more than a hashtag.
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"I want to see a person of color at the top," Campbell said of makeup artist and brand founder McGrath.
Many of the labels that were once backstage staples have abandoned their runway sponsorships — but what's in it for the ones that remain?
Including a face mask that gives us "angel" skin and a makeup brush that's the next best thing to having legendary makeup artist Pat McGrath herself on hand.
Come for the vampiric lip colors, stay for the dramatic face coverings.
Minimum effort and sparkles ahead.
Including a biodegradable body wash, the perfect fall nail polish, the candles we can't get enough of and the lip colors we're loving.
The Rihanna- and Pat-McGrath-approved creative is ignoring trends, breaking conventions and carving out a career path that focuses on lifting people up and paying her successes forward.
Meet Pat McGrath Labs Sublime Perfection Foundation.
Yet it was quite minimalist as compared with previous seasons.
So says legendary makeup artist Pat McGrath herself.
They joined an A-list model lineup and backstage beauty team for the Japanese designer's show, orchestrated in large part by Katie Grand, who found him on Instagram.
Including mood-lifting candles, skin-saving masks and fragrances that remind us spring is (eventually) coming.
Plus, The Real Real reportedly working with banks on IPO.
There was a lot going on, even by Margiela standards.