Apparently there are lots of beauty products I will be buying this holiday season. Karl Lagerfeld & Shu Uemura. Check. NARS & Warhol. Obviously.
For someone that doesn’t really wear make up, just owns a heavy arsenal of mascaras, I still love buying beauty products. My bathroom counter, drawers and shelves are littered with products deemed ‘must-have’ at the time. And this is no exception.
What better line to pay homage to Warhol’s massive influence on pop culture than NARS?
Francois Nars, founder and creative director talks about how he has been influenced by the artist, ” What I loved about Warhol’s world was that he took elements from the past and made them his own. That’s what we have done with this collection: we have taken taken Andy’s ‘world’ and made it modern”. Coming in November.
The Boyfriend and I decided to take a break after such a long week and went out for dinner and drinks.
I have been inspired by Marc Jacobs 60’s inspired collection so I went the Edie Sedgwick route for our date. Short mini-dress, super opaque black tights topped off with dangly tassel earrings. When I got my dress I immediately had it shortened about a foot (maybe longer, it was knee length) but then someone put it in the dryer and it’s even shorter.
I’m going to start throwing all my dresses in the dryer. Free alterations…
My love of Edie Sedgwick’s style is right up there comparing to my love of tulle and rose colored chiffon.
Marc Jacobs drew inspiration from the stye icon for his Spring ’13 collections, down to the make-up. Overdrawn brow, heavy kohl eye and teased hair finished off the sixties aesthetic.
My fave look above, here’s a link to the show.