Prestige (Singapore) - - FASHION -

Much of Valentino’s youth­ful spirit is ex­pressed through the in­ge­nious jux­ta­po­si­tion of op­po­sites by Chi­uri and Pic­ci­oli. Whether sheer and opaque, hard and soft, leather and lace, or sculptural and graphic, the duo’s magic lies in their abil­ity to pull to­gether dis­parate aes­thet­ics. Case in point: The black knee­high rid­ing boots that in­fused the lux­u­ri­ous pieces with a rugged, grounded touch.

Women dur­ing Re­nais­sance Italy loved their pale com­plex­ion so makeup artist Pat Mcgrath kept mod­els’ faces nat­u­ral with nude lip­stick, well-groomed eye­brows, and a tint of healthy glow on the cheeks. Also tak­ing the cue from the same ladies, who de­sired high fore­heads, was hair­styl­ist Guido Palau, who cen­tre-parted and smoothed mod­els’ locks into a low pony, adding a row of mini gold bands to the strands along the hair­line.

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