A recap of the best beauty trends that we saw on the runways in the Fall-Winter 2022 fashion shows and that we will soon see on streets around the globe.
Fashion Month gave us a feeling of as we enter a new phase of the pandemic where there seems to be light at the end of the tunnel. It is very exciting to see the new beauty trends for Fall-Winter 2022/2023. From extra-luminous skins to unexpected doses of color, these are my favorite trends that we saw in the Fashion Weeks in Paris, London, NY and Milan.
While a healthy complexion is a must no matter what season it is, this time around. we saw even more of a focus on beautiful skin and a satiny, almost dewy, finish. Look no further than Proenza Schouler’s beauty looks, which featured a generous amounts of highlighter along the cheekbones, bringing a natural look to life. Another good example was Altuzarra, who had skincare guru Tata Harper provide ultra-hydrating and plumping facials for a “mermaid” effect at the designer’s request. Then, we saw the masterful work of Pat McGrath and her team for the Loewe and Louis Vuitton fashion shows, where she gave us ethereal, natural looks.
Gucci Beauty Global Makeup Artist Thomas de Kluyver designed unique beauty looks for the Simone Rocha show. Kluyver applied pearls and gems of different colors around the eyes of the models for a cat eye silhouette. Another London Fashion Week show that rocked the same trend was that of Miranda Joyce, who had super fun makeup looks full of face stickers on fresh-looking skin.
There will always be a time and a place for classic black, but this season offered a variety of ways to get creative with shadows and eyeliners in unexpected hues. One of the hottest colors was that blood red we saw at the LaQuan Smith show, for which makeup artist Sheika Daley gave Julia Fox’s eyes an ultra-chic effect with saturated strokes along her brow bones. We also saw green pastels from Gabriela Hearst, and a washed-out taupe, yellow, and purple palette from Maryam Nassir Zadeh. Blue is also hot this season, and we saw it in different runway looks from NY to Paris.
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Dries Van Noten was inspired by the aesthetics of the 1960s when creating the looks for his models, who wore heavy black eyeliner and deep red lipstick. The Belgian designer took the opportunity to present his first sustainable beauty line, consisting of 30 lipsticks and 10 fragrances. Rochas’ lips were dark and glossy. It was as the models had eaten blackberries before heading out on the catwalk.