Words: Gina Beretta | Pictures: Fairchild Archive
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The super-cool new looks seen at Jason Wu are all about using classic techniques, like a retro 'do and set waves, with a slick 21st century twist. The key is to keep makeup simple and focus in on one element - bold lips, strong shadow or liner.
Cloudy pastels and baby-soft hair replace smudgy kohl and tousled bedheads at Rochas and Versace. It's official: romantic is the new rock chic. Think ethereal and ultra feminine with soft sculpting pinks, mauves and taupes on eyes and cheeks.
Yes, finally looking gorgeous - not grungy - is beautifully on trend. We've even called the Marc by Marc Jacobs look 'Pretty 101' and here's how to cheat your way to this cool look: it's not just your foundation, it's how you accessorise it (think: blushed cheeks and glossy pink lips).
Goddesses and Parisian ingénues were the inspiration for the cute vintage looks on the runways this season. Get the Louis Vuitton look by creating a deconstructed French twist or slicked knot, and then add petite hair accessories, falsies and loads of mascara.
Pared backThis is a look you'll want to wear, day in, day out. All you need is one key item - blue liner to brighten up a bare face or finger-rake marks to lift a chignon - and you'll be totally on trend!