This is it the final Pat McGrath Christian Dior post... are you excited? I am.
I wonder if all the models and makeup artists are all, "Thank f#@k I won't walk out after this job covered in tiny triangles of glittery adhesive paper" when they do a natural look.
So John was up to his old clash of the cultural titans (Madame Butterfly and Dior) trick again... I've talked about this masterpiece of a collection here
Brows and lips fit for a Hollywood diva.
This collection celebrated the 60th anniversary of Christian Dior at Versailles. For clothing that meant lots of references to the wasp-waisted New Look. For makeup that meant an unbelievable array of individual looks. And the hats such glorious hats... Reminds me of the Christian Dior turban I almost owned.
Meh... although how can you top the Fall Couture collection?
Colour! Colour! Colour! Sequins! Sequins! Sequins! Feathers! Feathers! Feathers! All stuck to the models faces.
Dior does Valley of the Dolls. Green dress means green shoes, green handbag, green eyeshadow and great thumping big falsies. Blue dress means blue shoes, blue handbag, blue alice band, blue eyeshadow and you know the rest. Repeat.
And that brings us to the conclusion of our Pat MGrath for Christian Dior retrospective. I hope you've enjoyed the show.
Haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah. That's the sound of me taking a bit deep exhalation.