At Chanel, famed hairstylist Sam McKnight created what he coined “rockabilly rolls” in models’ hair, with high ponytails. Make-up artist Tom Pecheux created bright smoky eyes with glitter placed below the lash lines.
Revered backstage stylist, Guido Palau, created these beautifully bound ponytails on the models with long enough hair. Others wore theirs down with a symmetrical shape and perfectly sleek finish.
The make-up at Givenchy featured delicate feline flicks of black liner against a sheer, luminous base which celebrated models’ natural freckles. The romantic look had a futuristic twist with metallic headdresses accessorising simple ponytails.
There was a celebration of colour at Ralph & Russo, where classic red lips made a surprising partnership to pink and purple eye make-up. Hair had a retro feel, with high quiffs and low buns.
It was a classic case of ‘no make-up’ make-up at Schiaparelli, which was paired with equally effortless up-dos. Yet more evidence that low maintenance is back.
More minimal make-up and brushed-up brows at Sonia Rykiel, where models’ hair was worn down with undone, natural texture.
The look at Giambattista Valli raised some eyebrows. In the ultimate nod to the 90s, influential make-up artist Val Garland gave girls a faux “brow cut”. Hair was styled in loose yet polished waves by Orlando Pita, lending the look some couture-worthy glamour.
At Ronald van der Kemp, make-up artist Sil Bruinsma gave models either a nude moment (pictured), or bold glamour with red lacquered lips using MAC. A celebration of textures, the hair look was also different for every model.
This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR UK.