Whatever the edgy, rocker beauty moment that was happening backstage at Rebecca Minkoff I’m completely so into it! From the textured bangs created by Orlando Pita for Tresemme, and intensely hot blacked out, “wide eye wanderlust” eyes by Sarah Lucero for Stila Cosmetics to the edgy negative space chevron manicure by Michelle Saunders for Essie. The entire look was edgy and cool and yet still very natural when it went down the runway.
Backstage at Rebecca Minkoff, the hair was a gorgeous, effortless braided up-do that I’d like to start rocking now, paired with a bolder eye and palette of Navajo neutrals and fun patterned pink nails to finish off the look. Rebecca Minkoff’s inspiration for the Spring 2014 collection was taken from an old photo of Bianca Jagger traveling in Mexico and the beauty teams played off that idea when developing the looks.
Friday night, I joined Beauty and Fashion News Director of Lucky Magazine (who’s actually my favorite beauty editor), Jean Godfrey-June for the kickoff of Lucky’s NEW Ultimate Style Guide.
I know what you’re thinking, isn’t that what they produce every month in your subscription? Yes, and no — unlike the magazine (which focuses on what’s new, trends and where to buy/shop), there’s no selling in The Ultimate Style Guide (I’m talking no outfit credits, prices or where to purchase info). Instead, it’s is all about showing you how to style and accessorize similar pieces you already own (or will want to own after reading). It also covers their favorite beauty products, tips and secrets. Laid out like a magazine but organized like a book, the guide is separated into 13 chapters (each article: dresses, jackets, bags… to beauty; hair, skin, makeup have their own section) to give you “Every Fashion & Beauty
Wearable sportswear with a hippy chic theme in a variety of prints, colors and fabrications from embroidery to summer tweeds and fringed hems hit the runway at Rebecca Minkoff’s Spring/Summer 2013 show. Minkoff took inspiration from the iconic 60s and 70s American photographer Slim Aarons when designing her collection.
Elongated pockets, interesting geometric cuts and patterns galore made their mark as the models walked down the runway to the beats of Tennis and DJ Cassidy. The performers took to each side of the stage for a