Steven Meisel shoots Lanvin Spring/Summer 2014 Ad Campaign featuring Julia Nobis, Laurie Harding and Sasha Luss. Wearing sleek wet hairstyles by Guido Palau and pale makeup by Pat McGrath, the girls impress in Alber Elbaz’s glittering brocade and lamé designs. Set design by Mary Howard.
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Allure Backstage Lanvin Spring 2013 Backstage Beauty Video. We go backstage at Paris fashion week at Lanvin Spring 2013 with designer Alber Elbaz and get the sultry beauty look makeup artist Pat McGrath and hair stylist Guido Palau created for the show. Nonchalant hair and sexy, lived-in eyeliner juxtaposed designer Alber Elbaz’s collection of bold shoulders and clean lines. Watch Allure Backstage: The Look of Lanvin Spring 2013 on Allure.Com now.
Allure Backstage – Lanvin Fall 2012 Backstage Beauty Video. The Lanvin Fall 2012 fashion show was one of the most unforgettable nights at Paris Fashion week. Designer Alber Elbaz celebrated his 10th anniversary with the house and so he decided to stage his fall 2012 fashion show and throw a party the same night.
Backstage the mood was also upbeat – Alber wanted the models to have a bold modern look so makeup artist Pat McGrath gave all the girls black winged liner. Guido Palau decided to keep the hair relaxed hair to complement the rich colors and feminine silhouettes seen on the runway. Go backstage at Lanvin Fall 2012 with Lily Donaldson and Allure Editor in Chief Linda Wells.
Check out the new Allure.Com and go backstage with Allure Magazine at all the hottest Spring 2011 Fashion shows and see the top makeup artists and hairstylists in action including Pat McGrath, Guido, Dick Page, Orlando Pita. The Allure Backstage “Look of” web series features exclusive behind the scenes beauty images and interviews from the New York, Milan and Paris Ready to Wear collections and is playing online now at Allure.Com.\
There is probably no other designer in the world who perfectly captures the mood of the season than Lanvin designer Alber Elbaz. For Lanvin Fall 2010 Collection that meant projecting an image of femininity and strength. Hairstylist Guido Palau’s iconic, manga-inspired black wigs and Pat McGrath’s dark smouldering eyes gave the models a uniform sensual look.
Everything about this show was exotic, intoxicating and beautiful. Alber Elbaz told us he was making a statement about individuality, about women around the world all looking the same. He was posing the question, “Do you like what you see when everyone has the same look?”.