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NYFW beauty report SS 17

From dance floor rebels to sunset kisses, these are the NYFW beauty moments not to be missed.

Flushed at the finish line.

ALEXANDER WANG
Sheeny, sweaty or sweetly flushed. However you see it, embrace beauty of the post-workout kind.

PRABUL GURUNG
Hair was soft, eyes were bold. Skin was fresh in tones of pink. Modern femininity.

Water world.

HOOD BY AIR
Lacquered on thick and full; hair and face both received the wet effect.

DKNY
Lips were coated in the deepest of reds and lifted with glittering gold. A moody moment.

Do the tousle.

3.1 PHILLIP LIM
Fake a fringe. There’s no need to commit. Side swept and fuss-free.

VICTORIA BECKHAM
When it came to the hair, Guido Palau for ghd kept it minimal for a look that was “polished and rich, but also simple and chic”.

Natural feeling.

MICHAEL KORS
Fresh skin, wide smiles and sunkissed hues. Love like a dream.

PROENZA SCHOULER
Unexpected elements kept this season’s offering fresh and new. A dusting of colour on the ear and nothing else.

The secret garden.

RODARTE
A falling, flowing bouquet through hair soft and long. All tied up in the romance of the moment.

RAG & BONE
A silver lining. The Rag & Bone woman kept it sleek and strong with eyes rimmed thin and bold.

Glow girl.

OSCAR DE LA RENTA
Skin was unadorned, save only for the light. Beauty in soft focus.

ALTUZARRA
Sleek hair meets dark, moody eyes with skin that’s fresh and rosy. A sweet but sultry take.

DION LEE
Planet orange. With sunset eyes and luminous skin, make your beauty match the summer months.

Graphic novel.

JEREMY SCOTT
Pastel-hued eyes and jet black hair fit for partying all night long. Jeremy Scott goes pop.

COACH
Use a heavy hand to line your eyes; lower lash only. Pair with wet look hair for grunge meets glamour.

Rebel rebel.

MARC JACOBS
Awfully fun and dreadfully nice. Beauty made for the dance floor.