"I can't say enough how much I loved the look at Rodarte. A superdark lip can look too goth, but paired with just a bold brow and spare eye, it looks pretty and romantic. Amazing."
—Michelle Lee, editor in chief
"A lot of the hair and makeup we see in New York is easy and wearable—looks you would want to try in real life. But Marc Jacobs always puts on a real show; the models are transformed into fantastical characters. The goth makeup and finger waves were strange, and mysterious, and eerily beautiful and ended the week on a beauty high point."
—Sophia Panych, deputy digital beauty director
"Despite the 6 a.m. call time and the below-freezing temperature, the models looked so glow-y and gorgeous. No crazy gimmicks—just seriously pretty makeup."
—Kristie Dash, digital beauty editor
"Good, minimalist nail art isn't always easy to find on the runways, but this clear base topped with graphic shapes is pretty much perfect. The one black-and-iridescent accent nail is beautiful, and the subtle cuticle art makes it a little more interesting."
—Stephanie Saltzman, associate digital editor
There's something to be said about a designer who can show a collection full of eveningwear—especially with Maxwell's sharply modern silhouettes—and resist the urge to top it off with a smoky eye or a bold lip. This is my favorite iteration of no-makeup makeup to date.
"Silver pixie-dust shadow and clumpy lashes could look messy–but it was done with such a light touch at Jenny Packham that the effect was elegant, soft, and really ridiculously pretty."
—Jenna Rosenstein, senior beauty editor
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