This Stunning Photo Shoot Celebrates the Beauty of Color in All Forms

Harper's Bazaar | Richard Bush
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Carine Roitfeld, the former editor in chief of Vogue Paris, is now global fashion director of the American publication Harper's Bazaar, and their latest collaboration is a new shoot that is a celebration of color in all forms. Using models with a variety of skin tones, Carine and her team created a series of truly stunning looks with makeup artist Peter Philips that are for anyone who isn't afraid of bold color.

In an editor's note accompanying the piece, Carine wrote, "This feature explores and celebrates the concept of beauty in its many forms and iterations, and the striking ways it intersects with couture. From pop colors and pastels to glittery gold and smoky, we've encapsulated a full spectrum of beauty and make up looks that are turning heads today."

These five stunning looks prove the power of color in all its forms — and make sure to see even more in the full story at Harper's Bazaar.

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Pastel Pink
Harper's Bazaar | Richard Bush

Pastel Pink

One shot was an ode to pink, in the form of a model's Giambattista Valli Haute Couture dress.

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Red, Red, Red

Red, Red, Red

For one setup, a model was decked out in the brightest of reds, all from Chanel. On her lips, she wore Chanel Rouge Allure Intense Long-Wear Lip Colour ($37) in the color Pirate. As for nails, the team turned to Chanel Le Vernis Long-Wear Nail Colour ($28) in Pirate.