Fall Ready-to-Wear 2013

Temperley London

Temperley London

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Femme Fatales at Temperley London

Backstage at Temperley London RTW Fall 2013

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  • Backstage at Temperley London RTW Fall 2013
  • Backstage at Temperley London RTW Fall 2013
  • Backstage at Temperley London RTW Fall 2013
  • Backstage at Temperley London RTW Fall 2013
  • Backstage at Temperley London RTW Fall 2013
  • Backstage at Temperley London RTW Fall 2013
  • Backstage at Temperley London RTW Fall 2013
  • Backstage at Temperley London RTW Fall 2013
  • Backstage at Temperley London RTW Fall 2013
  • Backstage at Temperley London RTW Fall 2013
  • Backstage at Temperley London RTW Fall 2013
  • Backstage at Temperley London RTW Fall 2013
  • Backstage at Temperley London RTW Fall 2013
  • Backstage at Temperley London RTW Fall 2013
  • Backstage at Temperley London RTW Fall 2013
  • Backstage at Temperley London RTW Fall 2013
  • Backstage at Temperley London RTW Fall 2013

Femme Fatales at Temperley London

Makeup artist Val Garland interpreted the Hitchcock theme with an elongated eye.

LONDON — Makeup artist Val Garland interpreted the Hitchcock theme at Temperley with an elongated eye, done with L'Oréal Paris' Superliner Blackbuster and finished with False Lash Flutter Mascara. Brows remained natural with a little filler only where necessary.

Lips came in Rouge Caresse shade 501, Bedroom Beige — outlined with liner number 656. Faces were kept fresh and real, employing BB creams and “lashings of Luminous Magique Highlighter,” Garland noted.

Hairstylist Malcolm Edwards created a femme fatale coif, dividing the models' tresses into two sections - one at the front and one at the back - backcombing the triangular section at the front to create more height. These were tied into two ponytails that he drenched in Techni Art Fix Design, and then wound around each other. Employing Crystal Gloss, he secured them into an elongated bun at the back with a barely visible net.

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