Including riffs on the classic red lip, metallic everything and museum-worthy hairstyles.
Two trends that have ruled the fall shows made another appearance on Maria Grazia Chiuri's runway in Paris.
The mastermind artist behind Dior's runway makeup let us in on his creative process.
For fall, Dries Van Noten introduces the feather part. Fun!
Models wore them on their lips, eyes and hairlines for the label's Spring 2018 show.
"Stunning" doesn't quite do it justice.
Glitter freckles, gleaming star tears and perfectly windblown hair. Swoon.
A discussion with the makeup artist-slash-visionary.
The model was a polka-dot princess at Tuesday's "Dior: The Art of Color" party in New York.
Meet the 2017 sk8r girl.
Courtesy of Peter Philips.
See ya, no-makeup makeup.
Terrifying in a good way, that is.
He's probably a great scrapbooker in the off seasons.
The makeup was understated and pretty.
And Jimmy Fallon re-created the Wren video with puppies. Squeetown, USA.
From some crafty DIY looks to the most creative hair we've seen in a long time, click through to see the 10 most innovative looks from the Paris fashion week fall 2013 runways.
Oh, Chanel. Season after season you give us the best sets, the best accessories, and yes... the best beauty. Fall 2013 was no exception. Former Chanel creative director (now freelancing) Peter Philips came up with yet another original runway look. Oh, and he also snuck in a peek at a new Chanel polish.
Ciao bellas! Now that Milan is in full swing, check out some of our favorite looks. The European shows never disappoint beauty-wise, and this season is no exception so far. From the Fendi fur-hawks to Prada's drenched damsels, click through to see what's going on backstage in Italy this week.
When I woke up this morning and hit my Twitter feed (sadly, the second thing I do after making coffee), people in Milan were abuzz about Karl Lagerfeld's fur-heavy fall Fendi show. Even the sunglasses and shoes were furry! But what caught my attention were the fur faux-hawks--which I'm now dubbing "fur-hawks."