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Backstage at Mara Hoffman, models shine in a golden embrace.
At Jerome 5:31, brows were dusted in gold, a glamorous effect that subtly upped the look’s masculinity.
A thick line of gold liner looks glamorous yet youthful at Badgley Mischka. Tom Pecheux created the look for MAC using the brand’s Superslick Liquid Eye Liner in Pure Show.
Butter LONDON manicurist Katie Jane Hughes’ floating nail art—a golden moon and tip accenting an otherwise nude nail—looked stunning paired Tadashi Shoji’s Moroccan-inspired collection. Get the look: Hughes applied Butter LONDON Nail Foundation to the nails followed by Butter LONDON Nail Lacquer in Marbs on the moon and tip.
The scene backstage at Badgley Mischka
At Badgley Mischka, mani maestro Deborah Lippmann applied two coats of her forthcoming pewter shade Take the A Train (out Fall 2014) then painted on a moon in Glitter and Be Gay—a beauty editor fave.
To create a jewel-like glow in the inner corners of the eyes, makeup artist AJ Crimson mixed Mehron Metallic Powder with a little clear OCC Lip Tar.
At Altuzarra, Tom Pecheux created a green-tinted, golden eye.
The look at Lela Rose was romantic and ethereal, but still glam. Romy Soleimani used chunky gold glitter that extended beyond the eye.