Summer Streetwear Trend 2017: (rain)bow down

June 21, 2017 by  
Filed under beauty, Fashion, Trends

Get your make-up pencils in order ’cause color on the eyes is a ‘thing’ again. A revival of a eighties make-up trend! Bright colored eye make-up was all over the national and international runways. From rainbow stripes to crafty eyeliner lines on, above and next to the eyes; a good eye shadow palette seems a necessity this season. Just click through our gallery of backstage beauty images of Haider Ackermann, Martin Margiela, MaxMara and No21 and you know what’s up. Time to get arty on the eyes. Rainbow down b*tches!

Backstage art ArtEZ Graduation Show 2017

With a professional show comes a professional backstage with the hard working crew at make-up and hair.Take a look backstage at the Graduationshow 2017 of ArtEZ.

Backstage at Maison the Faux NYC Womenswear FW2017

That was quite a show Maison the Faux gave in New York yesterday. It took quite some preparation backstage. Take a peek.

MBFWA january 2017, this was Day 04

MBFWA january 2017 is a wrap! The last day was a mix of extreme hair, romance, streetvibes and bold prints thanks to the shows of Goldwell, Edwin Oudshoorn, Re-Construct and Liselore Frowijn.

MBFWA january 2017, this was Day 02

Day 02 of MBFWA is a fact. One of the highlights were the shows of Tess van Zalinge and TRINHBECX. But we also enjoyed the shows of Schepers/Bosman, Alexandra Frida and Said Mahrouf.

MBFWA january 2017, this was day 01

Day 01 of MBFWA is a fact. And what a day it was! Filled with inspiring and challenging designs of the Future Generation.

Liselore Frowijn Backstage Catwalk Show Paris SS2017

It’s always exciting to watch the mayhem backstage at a fashion-show. Dutch designer Liselore Frowijn presented her collection for the second time in the capital of fashion yesrday. We checked what went on behind the scenes.

Iris van Herpen Haute Couture FW2016 Backstage

It was an unforgettable and magical show/presentation yesterday at Iris van Herpen in the l’Oratoire du Louvre, an 18th-century Protestant church. The Dutch designer stood her models on concrete plinths as Japanese musician Kazuya Nagaya brushed his golden Zen bowls, producing pings and drones that reverberated through the space. That magical vibe was also created by the use of thin fabrics and special textiles used fro frothy and ethereal dresses in the palest colors, the simplest a long sheath resembling morning dew on wet skin. We took a close look backstage at the show.

Fashionclash Festival 2016, this was day 2

Fashionclash Festival 2016 continued yesterday with a series of shows and performances and the celebration of the Fashionclash Talent Award. Take a look at an impresison of Day 2.

Fashionclash 2016, Openings event

The 2016 edition of Fashionclash Festival Maastricht kicked off yesterday with Spot On!, a celebration of Diversity. The theatrical encounters expressed the theme of heritage with a clash of cultures and disciplines.
Direction and concept were from Joost Horward in cooperation with Nina Willems and students of Theatre Academy Maastricht, Nora Ramakers and Benjamin Abel Meirhaeghe.
The costumes were designed by Tiel Janssen and the ethnical costumes by students of the KABK (Royal Academy of Art, The Hague) and the Royal Academy of Arts Antwerp. There was also a preview of Fashionclash Festival participants.

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