Harper’s Bazaar (Malaysia) - - Beauty -

Bobbi Brown helmed the make-up at New York Fash­ion Week with a fo­cus on the nat­u­rally glow­ing looks for which her brand is known. She also gave us a sneak peek of what we could ex­pect from the brand’s 25th an­niver­sary cel­e­bra­tion. At March­esa, Brown en­vi­sioned the mod­els emerg­ing from an 1800s John Singer Sar­gent por­trait, “a re­touched one” with rose pink lips and cheeks. At Tibi, in tan­dem with the col­lec­tion’s mil­i­tary and monochro­matic theme, Brown opted for more neu­tral shades that re­flected the “no make-up” make-up look she pi­o­neered in the ’90s. In 1991, Bobbi Brown Es­sen­tials lip­sticks launched to huge suc­cess at Bergdorf Good­man, and The New Clas­sics lip­stick col­lec­tion to be launched dur­ing the an­niver­sary draws in­spi­ra­tion from the orig­i­nal 10. From the ’90s un­til now, Brown has had us hooked.

Bobbi Brown per­fected the rosy, just-kissed lips at March­esa Au­tumn/ Win­ter ’16

Brown’s di­ary with the orig­i­nal 10 swatches of the Bobbi Brown Es­sen­tials lip­sticks from 1991

Back­stage at New York Fash­ion Week, in the city where Brown first launched her ca­reer

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