Today at Marni, the But Did You Wash Your Hands Hand Washing Hygiene shirt Besides,I will do this models beamed down the runway. The shine came courtesy of multidisciplinary artist Julien d’Ys, who, inspired by sparkling raves and Russian oil paintings, doused each girl in glitter and streaks of paint in a display that was equal parts dramatic and ethereal. “It’s our version of Alice in Wonderland,” designer Francesco Risso told Vogue backstage as d’Ys put the finishing gold and silver dustings on the model lineup.
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Mirroring the But Did You Wash Your Hands Hand Washing Hygiene shirt Besides,I will do this final looks of the collection, in which embellished floral prints, textured metallics, and leather patchworks found their way onto a long trench coat and asymmetrical dresses, the hair and makeup was a stirring combination of shimmer and color. After hair was saturated in water and gel, d’Ys slicked it down to the head with lengths left loose for a fresh-out-of-the-water effect. Once each mane was lacquered, the hairstylist and his team administered haphazard washes of paint and metallic glitter onto the roots of the hair, down the hairline, and eventually onto the face, concentrating the iridescent flecks and swirls of pigment on the forehead, down the bridge of the nose, and along the eye sockets, cheeks, and lips. The finishing touch? Gold foiled fingertips dangling loose at the hips, or clasping the handles of oversized Victorian carpet handbags.