Entries from September 2010
Posted by Rachel Wood on September 30th, 2010
Oh, what a night! Talk about ending London Fashion Week with a bang! AOFM held a fabulous party at the Connaught Hotel just next door to Vauxhall Fashion Scout on the last night of London Fashion Week. Sponsored by Fashion TV, this party didn’t disappoint! The fab F Vodka cocktails and champagne flowed all evening as we danced the night away to various entertainment including DJ’s, sax players, eScala and singer Trix. The crowd were a fantastic mix of magazine editors, beauty pr’s, celebrity hairstylists and makeup artists, stylists and fashion designers, many of whom had contributed to the book.
Jana Ririnui and Jason Mallet of AOFM Trix singing her hit song – Lollipop
The party was in celebration of the re-launch of AOFM’s book, Makeup is Art This issue has a beautiful new cover, 70 new additional pages and has a brand new publisher. It’s being printed in 5 languages and makeup range Kryolan has purchased 3000 just for their boutiques in Germany.
I feel very privileged to have contributed as a beauty writer and as makeup artist on a variety of shoots. There is so much fantastic talent who have worked on this book including fashion stylist Rebekah Roy. The book will be sold at the Soho Book Store and Charles Fox in London and is also available on Amazon.com.
Rebekah Roy with Lan Nguyen, Makeup Artist & Creative Director of Makeup is Art
Tags: London Fashion Week SS 11, Parties
Posted by Rebekah Roy on September 29th, 2010
I have admired Bora Aksu’s work for many years – it’s very visceral feeling, sometimes you just like something because you like it and it doesn’t need defining.
Tags: London Fashion Week SS 11
Posted by Rebekah Roy on September 28th, 2010
Fashion.Music.Style Issue 7 launch party at Punk!
FMS editor in chief, Sarah Hardy with Danny Daytona!
Fashion.Music.Style’s very cool Art Director, Elliott Webb and me. Hat designer Mich Dulee
DJ Stuee Bevan (also performs with the Fuzzy Logic and The Paddingtons)
Don’t forget to check out our FMS Magazine Issue 7 Launch Party @ The Ruby Lounge 7:00pm in Manchester!
Posted by Rebekah Roy on September 27th, 2010
I love a cool cuff. Something big but not too big, a bit rock ‘n’ roll and a bit vintage – not so easy to find but Peter Lang has quite a few styles to chose from! He’s is based in Australia but his style is very London. All the pieces are hand cast and are often adorned with Swarovski crystals.
“Each piece I design is a product of the love of my craft. The main function of any piece I design is that of total wear-ability. It’s so pleasing that Peter Lang jewellery can be worn season after season giving the customer timeless joy. I hope that my jewellery designs of today are the Antiques of tomorrow.” – Peter Lang
Posted by Rachel Wood on September 26th, 2010
During London Fashion week I always try to pop by a few shows or presentations in between the shows I am working on. It’s so much fun to rummage through another makeup artists makeup bag to see what products they love to use. I went to see the Saloni Lodha’s presentation headed by makeup artist Georgina Graham and sponsored by MAC. Georgina wanted the models to have the feel of hot house flowers. The look was really beautiful. It was delicately highlighted and had an interesting lip that went from tangerine blended into a violet purple. It had a sense of ladies in the steamy heat of New Orleans. I fell in love with this new lavender MAC fix+ she was using. It looked gorgeous on the model’s skin. I loved it so much that I went straight to the MAC Pro shop to get some only to be told that she was using a sample of a product that hadn’t even come out yet, as were quite a few of the products she used! MAC often test runs their products with various artists during fashion week before they mass produce them. Oh the makeup envy!!
Here’s a list of what products Georgina used to get the Saloni makeup look
MAC Care blends Essential oils, MAC Studio Moisture lush moisturiser, MAC Lip Conditioner
MAC Face & Body Foundation, MAC Studio Stick Foundation was pre mixed with MAC Cream Colour Base in Bronze to create a cream textured bronzer
MAC Creme Blusher So Sweet So Easy, MAC Silver Dusk Iridescent Powder
MAC Eye Shadow Dialiance, MAC Lash Curlers, MAC Zoom Mascara Lofty Brown
MAC Pro Lip Quad
1. Prep skin using Mac Skin Oils, work well into the skin, followed by Moisture Lush moisturiser and lip conditioner.
2. Blot excess sebum from skin with a tissue.
3. Curl Lashes well.
4.Lightly apply Face & Body foundation, thicken foundation and use as a concealer where needed. Not forgetting ears.
5. Silver Dusk to be applied above cheekbone as a highlight, bridge of nose and cupids bow.
6. Eye Shadow applied to centre of the eye lid as a horizontal highlight and blended softly at the edges.
7.Pre-mixed foundation and cream colour based applied as a vertical highlight to the cheek bone.
8. New Cream colour ‘So Sweet So Easy’ to be applied to the apples of the cheeks.
9. Apply Mascara to curled eyelashes top and bottom
10. New Mac Pro Lip Quad, softly pressed into the lip with fingers and then with a brush apply alternative colour to the lip to create dual toned lip.
11. Finish look with a generous spray of Fix Plus.
Tags: London Fashion Week SS 11