The hype for the upcoming live-action film “The Little Mermaid” didn’t go unnoticed in Milan. As some designers subtly hinted to the marine creature of their collections, so did make-up artists and hair stylists, however with completely different approaches.
In spite of everything, who has seen a mermaid? At Blumarine, Inge Grognard and Anthony Turner joined forces for essentially the most rapid — and straightforward to duplicate — interpretation, with the previous masking faces and our bodies in delicate sparkle and the latter choosing extra-long, wavy manes, braiding tresses right here and there, too.
At No. 21, Turner added a couple of splashes in his course of, sending fashions down the runway with soaked hair to embody extra sensual, grounded sirens quite than mythological figures. At Luisa Beccaria, side-parted manes got here with little surprises, as tiny stones and steel rings had been woven into the hair.
Ariel heads popped up at Marco Rambaldi, whereas blue haircuts stood out at Diesel and Blumarine. The aquatic theme took an all-blue but important flip additionally within the daring, flashy lips seen at Dsquared2 and Etro. GCDS turned siren eyes blue, whereas at Versace, the gothic make-up had iridescent touches that Ursula would have thumbed up.
Elsewhere, metallic results and sparkle dominated in several kinds, from the silver eyes at Jil Sander to the glittery undereyes seen at Andreadamo. Perhaps mermaids don’t want it, however for social gathering animals on earth the concept of turning darkish circles right into a magnificence feat will come like a siren music.