After closing Balenciaga's Spring/Summer 11 show, it was safe to assume that Gisele Bundchen would appear in the campaign and the images are finally in and Budchen isn't alone. Male model Yuri Pleskun joins her in the forest scenes. As expected, Balenciaga pulled in an all-star team with the images being shot by Steven Meisel and with Pat McGrath on make-up, Guido Palau on hair and Marie-Amélie Sauvé styling.Despite the good reviews coming in, I can't say I'm convinced.
It's hardly a news flash that models tend to be, well, gorgeous. But good genes aside, it's make up artists who help make or break a runway look. A beautiful YSL dress with cakey foundation? We don't think so.
For the next of The Fash Pack's London Fashion Week special features, we introduce make up artist Kenneth Soh. Soh, who learned his technique from Val Garland and Pat McGrath, is one of the most candid and comical insiders we've ever interviewed. We were pleased to talk with him before his first solo job at the Blow Presents show.
Just be warned: If you wear orange base and half a tube of mascara, you will be momentarily scorned in question five.
Marc Jacobs isn't afraid of the cameras. In his latest behind-the-scenes video for Louis Vuitton, Jacobs reveals all about where the bunny ears came from that reached infamous proportions after Madonna sported them to this year's Met Ball.
Pat McGrath and stylist Marie Amelie Sauve both make appearances.
Fashion people are supposed to spend their free time going to parties, shopping, drinking, getting body scrubs, BlackBerrying, and looking at themselves in the mirror — not playing video games. Unless a certain new fad in the world of gaming has created a feverish interest in the pastime among editors and designers and fashion aspirants — the Wii Fit.
The Cut speculates on the success of a new (stylish?) video game, created by 505 Games, IMG and Pat McGrath