[tps_title]On the Runway[/tps_title]
“This group of designers is focused on transformation,” said Simon Ungless, Executive Director of the School of Fashion at the Academy. “They are using fabric manipulation and printing techniques to change the inherent qualities of textiles to create new textures and surface qualities. There is a focus back to the body and wearability in silhouette, which the designers have utilized advanced tailoring techniques to achieve.”
The focus on transformation was consistent throughout the collections and balanced well with the architecturally sculpted beauty looks created by Cembellin and the MAC PRO team. The look was sort of a tough or moody version of a 1990’s super model, explained Cembellin. The beauty looks centered around sculpting and shaping. “This season we are playing with architecture, we are playing with the shapes of each of the models eyes,” he said.
Complementing the sculpted makeup look was a sleek, almost wet-looking hairstyle with a samurai knot dreamed up by hair guru Jon Reyman and his Aveda team.
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