A pin drop silence. to receive my uneven heartbeat and thrills.”However, he wanted to unveil all the parts of a fashion show that are kept hidden. In the show notes, creative director Alessandro Michele ever so philosophically compared the ritual of a fashion show to a religious experience, which he considers sacred.”There’s the rapture of a gift, in this unrepeatable ritual,” he says, referring to the collections he reveals to the world. (Some users on Twitter drew comparisons to the infamous frame of a teary-eyed Lauren Conrad from The Hills.)But it wasn’t just the weeping beauties that made a statement. (Kind of like how some restaurants keep the kitchen and chefs visible to patrons.)The behind-the-scenes glimpse didn’t stop there, as you could also see the racks of clothes and models getting fitted from the glass set surrounding the rotating platform. The sad girl aesthetic crept up at Gucci’s Fall 2020 show today, with some of the models sporting the runny mascara look as they took the runway. The congregation lingers, awaiting with open hands. See, below, for the full video from Gucci’s Fall/Winter 2020 women’s show.Photos via Getty Even the dressers got their moment on the spotlight, with each of them posing for the audience after the models left. So he had guests enter through the backstage entrance where you could see all the hair and makeup people putting their last-minute touches on the models. “There’s the promise of a special delivery. Lights out.
“This feels a bit like Deja-MIU,” Fanning jokes in the end. “From twisting words to twisting scenes, she stages a MIU-tiny against the MIU-ndane and embodies the creative spirit of Miu Miu.”The second chapter of the game, which is weirdly challenging FYI, was designed with the intention of making it more accessible with Production Director Bruno Muszynski in charge of game development. Miu Miu on Instagram: “Twist Eau de Toilette. Every scene could use her Twist. Miu Miu on Instagram: “Twist Eau de Toilette. Play the game here.Photos courtesy of Miu Miu/Bruno Muszynski The vintage style 8-bit game that first made its debut earlier last year followed the release of a campaign video starring Elle Fanning for the label’s iconic fragrance, Miu Miu Twist.Related | Play This Weirdly Hard Miu Miu Video GameNow for an updated twist on the OG scent, Fanning has reprised her role for the second episode of what the brand has dubbed “Twist Saga: the new Eau de Toilette.” The video sees the actress transported to the moon, while on a “miu-set” along with a short dance performance with supposed aliens. The Miu Miu arcade game is back for a second time! @ElleFanning commands the set, for the new #MiuMiuTwist Eau de Toilette, in an…”
“Backstage or on-camera, her infectious energy transforms the world around her,” the brand says of Fanning. Players can also screenshot their scores at the end and “challenge their friends.”The Miu Miu Twist fragrance features notes of Bergamot and Apple Blossom that lead to full-bodied base notes of Cedarwood and Pink Amber accord.The 100 ml bottle is priced at $125 and available to shop here. @ElleFanning chases her Miu-vie Star dreams with thrilling energy and perfect comic timing in the second chapter of…”
The aim of the ’80s Pac Man-esque game is simple: make your glamorous Fanning avatar hop over the multiple Miu Miu Twist bottles to collect points and eventually guide her to the “Miu-vie” premiere and walk the red carpet.
In another post, the Netflix star reveals that the account was originally intended for posting general art, something she will get back to once she finds more time. well, become an influencer), another audience favorite has debuted her artistic aspirations. Nevertheless, this random pivot into beauty has turned out to be a hit among her followers.”Omg you look like a freakin ice Queen and I’m here for it,” one fan wrote. Related | Spot the ‘Cheer’ Cast at NYFWShe also does a killer highlight. “Girl, do a tutorial or two! Anastasia Beverly Hills or KVD Beauty, she admitted in her Instagram comments. In a series of looks posted on Lexis_B_Art, a separate Instagram account by Lexi Brumback dedicated to makeup, she shows off her enviable skills at creating sharp eyebrows, shiny lids and tiny hearts made of glitter painted across her cheeks. Lexis Brumback on Instagram: “Gel pen and sharpie are probably my favorite things to draw in”
It remains to be seen if Brumback will make this into a full time career — she was allowed back on the Navarro squad, after getting kicked off for “doing illegal stuff” on the Cheer finale — but here’s hoping she finds the time for a tutorial or two.Photo via Instagram I’d love to recreate this look! Her favorite product? And don’t ever apologize for sharing your art in any form,” another added. Lexis Brumback on Instagram: “I haven’t made any recent art so that’s kind of why I’ve been posting makeup back to back 😂😅 but I promise when I have more time I’ll be…”
“I haven’t made any recent art so that’s kind of why I’ve been posting makeup back to back but I promise when I have more time I’ll be making new art soon,” she writes. Weeks after everyone’s favorite Cheer star Jerry Harris inked a deal with influencer management company Digital Brand Architects (to…
Happi Scalp Scrub ($36), and will be available for purchase beginning March 1 across Sephora, Cult Beauty, Space NK and Chirs McMillan Salons. HEALTHY SCALP HEALTHY HAIR. “He knows hair and I know skin, and scalp is skin, so it just made sense for us to come together and develop a line that addresses both.”The initial launch will include four primary products: Hair Wild Marula Tangle Spray ($25 USD), Cocomino Marula Cream Conditioner ($25), Cocomino Glossing Shampoo ($25) and T.L.C. Yea right.…”
Although most fans — including us — are excited about the news, haircare seems like a peculiar pivot in a time when skincare is at its peak. Makes sense to collaborate with a skincare line to seamlessly head (no pun intended) to hair.”
C H R I S M C M I L L A N on Instagram: “#announcement 💕today I finally get to share @drunkelephant @mrchrismcmillan collaboration #haircare Was a secret until now. But today is the day I can actually share how excited I am about this over 2 year project I’ve been working on,” McMillan writes on Instagram. “I am so proud and in love with this product and I know you will be too. “Chris said, ‘Let’s do a product range that allows your hair to be what it is and removes all the stuff we don’t want on our strands or scalp,'” Masterson told InStyle in a recent interview. It’s as simple as that. Drunk Elephant has long remained mainstay among skincare aficionados and is now expanding its cult brand of clean beauty expertise to haircare, founder Tiffany Masterson confirms. Photo via Instagram The new line that is set to debut this spring has reportedly been years in the making and was developed in collaboration with celebrity hairstylist Chris McMillan (who’s most notably worked with the likes of Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Lopez and more).”I’m terrible with secrets.