Milan Fashion Week 2015 – The Best and Worst Beauty


London Fashion Week has ended and the fashion baton has been passed on to Italy’s style capital, Milan. Although only a mere 3 days in, Milan is already pushing boundaries on the beauty front with looks inspired by swamps (yes, really). Take a look below for a selection of the best and worst beauty looks from Milan Fashion Week, so far.

Max Mara – Subtle Old School Glamour

Inspired by photos taken by George Barris of Marilyn Monroe, Max Mara provided subtle glamour with windswept-beach waves. Fronted by Maybelline superstar Gigi Hadid who promotes all that is cool and modern.

Just Cavalli – Helmet/ Wet hair

Something we avoid at all costs on a daily basis was at the forefront of Just Cavalli’s beauty looks: wet, hat hair. James Pecis from hair brand Moroccanoil is the man behind this look and said they aimed to create “a wet, humid, swampy look”. Sounds terrible, right. But, Pecis explains it’s all in the styling of it. So next time you get caught in a shower without an umbrella, position the strands of hair daintily across your face to provide an element of elegance. We’re still undecided if this falls under best or worst.

Moschino – 80’s Supermodel

Think Cindy Crawford. That’s all. Blown out hair and a fresh beach bronze face. Definitely one of the best beauty looks on the Milan catwalks this year.

Claudio Cutugno – Sparkly Blackface

And the worst, sparkly blackface. Probably not a look we’ll be sporting any time soon, Claudio Cutugno presented us with models with a full face of black glitter. To adapt this look without getting strange stares, you can use a black sparkly pigment and pat it across the eyelid, smoking it out with a softer brown.

Costume National – Sporty Rock

Finally, a look we can all create day-to-day. Relaxed vibes matched with a smudged black kohl eye make for a perfect laid back edgy style.

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