Beauty looks at the Milan Fashion Week reached new heights when Bella and Gigi Hadid, walked the Moschino fall 2020 catwalk sporting baroque, pastel-toned wigs inspired by Marie-Antoinette.
Interpreting creative director Jeremy Scott’s intention to mix the 18th-century inspiration with a rock vibe, hair stylist Paul Hanlon played the modern Léonard-Alexis Autié the famed hairdresser behind the eccentric looks of the French Queen and created the intricate wigs, which required a week of work.
Matching the statement hairstyle, makeup artist Tom Pecheux combined the 18th-century inspiration and rock attitude designing a strong, black cat-eye shape over a peachy eye shadow. A hint of pink blush and a veil of mascara did the rest, while the whole beauty look was completed with a colorful take on the French manicure, bien sûr.
Together with Jeremy Scott, they took inspiration from the colors of the macarons, making everything a little more punk royale.