Nothing says lady energy like Gigi, Bella, Kaia and Joan – our millennial supers – storming down the Max Mara SS20 runway sporting pigtails, Bond-spy-meets-Tomb-Raider caps and, most notably, lipstick to not be messed with.
Lady energy ran by this present's veins, although, with Killing Eve’s Villanelle and creator Natasha Walter's spy thriller ebook, A Quiet Life (by which she places a lady on the centre of the story), famous as inspiration factors. Ever a instrument to raise a temper, the sweetness seems had been daring, courageous and unapologetic however with a way of innocence – hallmarks of any good spy.
Making a supreme case for a contact of the darkish facet on lips, make-up artist Tom Pecheux painted them with a near-black purple berry hue – a shade that was utilized so exactly, it seemed virtually stamped on. Contrasting superbly with contemporary pores and skin – and a wash of child blue eyeshadow atop eyelids and forehead bones – it made for a glance as glamorous and girlish because it was wickedly fiendish.
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In the meantime, hair stylist Sam McKnight braided hair into uniform school-girl pigtails. These are pigtails of our youth; sensible, tied up off the face, with centre partings and imperfectly braided right down to the very ends the place they start to misbehave. All that was required after? Slightly perspective.
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