Temperley London's Fall collection was sexy siren times twenty. With a feisty mix of leather, chains, and zippers, alternated with flowing silk gowns, the looks were fit for a mafia princess. And that's precisely what Charlotte Tilbury, lead makeup artist for MAC, channeled with the hair and makeup. "The hair was very Michelle Pfeiffer," she said, "silky and thick from the '70s. So we came up with a smoky eye with raw, clean skin, and a slightly patted-down mouth. It's what a cool girl would wear today."
Cool girl indeed — who didn't secretly want to be the devastatingly sexy, effortlessly powerful Pfeiffer in Scarface? To learn how to re-create this smoldering look at home, check out this MAC guide.