Keywords With Vera Wang Spring 2016
Makeup artist Lucia Pieroni, hairstylist Eugene Souleiman, and It girls Bella Thorne and Rita Ora break down the Vera Wang Spring 2016 collection into its essential elements.
Released on 9/16/2015
I think that the collection was about saint and sinner,
the duality of, you know, duality of women.
Vera, I think is really noted for romance.
We're kind of like more into sex.
I've always played that tomboy,
off again, somebody more sensual.
As far as the makeup's concerned,
she's just so peaceful, very fresh face,
but she has a little bit of a naughty side to her.
This time I really want to show that in one woman,
there can be two sides.
That she can be very controlled,
but she can also be very free or have a fantasy life.
Belle de Jour, the film, is basically about a woman
with a fantasy life.
[Eugene] We've seen a lot of black wigs,
so it's tying everyone in together.
So, it's like a gang of super cool girls
with all the same haircut.
Kind of not, in the kind of like haircut for me
was someone that was super cool
that liked to have a good time.
It was surreal.
That was so beautiful.
I love the boot heels, so hot.
It's really about uptown girl doing downtown,
with her little secret life,
being a good girl at home, but being a bad girl
when she's out.