Make-up couture

We are already incorporating the key looks from the A7W 23 Haute Couture shows in Paris into our summer beauty routine.
One thing is for sure, beauty is more diverse than ever. Just look at the amazing body painting, for example at Schiaperelli in Yves Klein blue, contrasting with sparkling eyes, glossy lips and eyeshadows in deaf tones and a super natural look, for example at Chanel.
This is where all the inspiration comes from, and where we take the look and turn it into an everyday style.

JULIEN DOSSENA for JEAN PAUL GAULTIER HAUTE COUTURE FW23 presents a collection that captures the
FW23 presents a collection that captures the cinematic allure of haute couture and the charm of reality. Transforming Gaultier’s codes, Dossena takes us on a stroll through the streets of Paris, where everyday elements are fantastically transformed and couture opulence is transformed into effortless elegance.
The skin is naturally perfected and glows with sublime luminosity. Eyes are textured and shaped with shades of warm taupes and browns. The look is completed with matching details of hair bands and silk flowers.

Add a golden threat hair band or any vintage silk flowers to your hair to create your summer look.
Make-up created with all Pat McGrath Lab products



MAISON ALAÏA WS24 introduces the new Alaia through an intimate experience that captures the sound and rhythm of time. The collection unveils body-hugging creations with infinitely sculpted shapes that reveal the ultimate in haute couture.

The make-up is a celebration of modern, sophisticated beauty with luminous, glowing skin. Eyes are soft and textured with shimmering tones for a subtle pearlescent effect. The cheeks are lightly pinched and the lips are barely there with a natural nude finish.

Keep your hair out of your face by creating a tight ponytail or bun for a summery glow.
Make-up created using all Pat McGrath lab products



VALENTINO HAUTE COUTURE FW23 ‘VALENTINO UN-CHATEAU’ – “Simplicity is complexity solved”. Constantin Brancusi.
The collection celebrates the ideals of the past with an attitude of the present. of the present. Minimalist maximism is reinforced with gestures of extravagance.
ideas that are open and inclusive to all.
Make-up is a reflection of beauty and the freedom of individuality.
The skin breathes, is alive, fresh and luminous. A minimal to no make-up is the approach. Eyes are draped in a whisper of taupe with a subtle shimmer on the eyelids. on the eyelids. Cheeks are pinched with minimal colour and lips are hydrated and with a generous layer of lip balm.

Add some sparkle with giant chandelier earrings.
Make-up created using all Pat McGrath lab products


Schiaparelli’s creative director Daniel Rosenberry continues the house’s long tradition of
with art and artists. The make-up is an ode to this artistic heritage,
using the body and face as a canvas.
The make-up reveals two versions of a soft, poetic and painterly smoky eye – one more subtle, the other more subtle, the other more intense. The eyes are smoldering, sultry and vibrant. with hints of taupe, brown pencils and transparent balm for a deliberately sophisticated, undone look. For the Yves Klein Blue body and face painted looks, a bespoke blend of pigments, colours and of pigments, colours and shadows to create an intensely bold monochrome effect.

Schiaparelli beauty

Adding some body paint to your flawless skin might be a cooler idea than any tattoo.
Make-up created using all Pat McGrath lab products


Viard’s approach is Chanel as a lifestyle. She focuses on capturing the essence of the French. “refinement and simplicity, endurance and beauty”. She set about portraying it, right down to the inimitable French standard of beauty: perfect-not-perfect, seemingly unstyled hair and au naturel make-up.

Chanel beauty

Leave your hair as it is and take care of your skin when it comes to your natural glow.
Make-up created with all Chanel products.