From a catsuit that would look hot on Rihanna to a gold, embellished mini perfect for Blake Lively, Herve Leger’s Fall 2014 collection had a little bit of everything.
Few things make you feel sexier than an Herve Leger by Max Azria dress. Flirty, feminine and skin-tight, the clothes at the Fall 2014 show, held at Lincoln Center on Feb. 8, did not disappoint. See the collection in the gallery attached and learn about the exact hair and makeup looks below.
Herve Leger Fall 2014 — Sexy Feathers & Leather
Herve Leger’s Fall 2014 collection was a mixture of naughty and nice, of playful and vixen. Sexy bondage-like buckles showed off cut outs perfect for displaying cleavage. Fringe skirts and a feminine silhouette cooled down the skin-tight designs.
Cut outs, peplum, leather and studs — the collection had something for everyone.
The designers describe the collection as an advance in technology: “diffusing the line between fantasy and reality. Nature-inspired textures are digitally transformed into 3-D jacquards and pixelated metal beading. Contrasting bandages and cage-corset belts frame and define the form. Shieded in arctic furs and exotic feathers, she is fearless and confident.”
Hair & Makeup At Herve — Cyber & Futuristic
Nails were done with Essie polishes by manicurist Julie Kandalec. She told HollywoodLife.com the nails were “right to the point. A bare nail but not nude and not beige. It’s one coat of the semi sheer Lady Like. Then we added the Good To Go Top Coat. We followed with Matte About You Top Coat to give it a cashmere-like finish. It really matches the color in the clothes. It’s a classic mauve. A little more interesting than a nude. The pinky undertone works on all skin tones.”
Makeup was done by Val Garland with Temptu products.
“The cat eye was futuristic. No mascara, no eyebrows. Just a matte eye and a glossy lip. It’s fresh, modern, forward and aerodynamic.”
Hair was created by Laurent Philippon for Bumble and Bumble.
The sleek ponytail stayed frizz free thanks to Bumble and Bumble’s Does It All Spray. Extensions were used for length and aqua blue or coral extensions were added based on the outfit the model wore. It was cyber inspired and futuristic.”
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