What does iconic French style look like when it hits Texas? According to Chanel Creative Director Karl Lagerfeld's latest Métiers d’Art collection, it's a mix of Western motifs with the models looking frontier chic. That translated to textured hair that was parted down the center and topped with a hat or feathered accessory.
For the makeup, Peter Philips created the metallic face art to complement the collection. He started off with the new Perfection Lumiere Velvet foundation (available Spring 2014), and the Éclat Lumiere Highlighter Face Pen ($40) to perfect the skin. The eyes were shaded with neutral hues from the Quadra Eye Shadow in Tissé Gabrielle (available late 2014), and he lined the eyes using Long-Lasting Eyeliner in Noir Intense ($30).
But the pièces de résistance were the signature Chanel tweed marks that were swiped across the models' temples and cheeks. Philips used Chanel Blending Foundation Brush #7 ($54) to swipe the gold and platinum pigments onto the face. Chanel's Spring 2014 show featured one of the newest makeup trends: eye art. This leaves us wondering if face art will be the newest way to play with your makeup? We already know eye art is making waves with the beauty crew.