Revlon Global Artistic Director Gucci Westman was inspired by the graphic makeup shapes unique to the '60s, but turned it into something less literal. "I did the eyeliner in the socket but I didn't go all the way from the tear duct," she explained. "It's not a traditional shape because it starts further in and goes further out." She used a waterproof product, Revlon Colorstay Liquid Eye Pen ($9), to get the right look of the Rag & Bone girl.
The remainder of the face was given a pale tinge with the help of Revlon PhotoReady Perfecting Primer ($13). Finally, the cheeks had a touch of color but lips stayed nude for an ethereal appearance. "The clothes are gorgeous. There is a nice, eclectic mix: a lot of menswear inspiration, a lot of feminine pieces, an aviation vibe, and the '60s," Westman said. "I wanted the girls to feel beautiful but real, cool but pretty."