With the overarching theme of the show being a meditation on the colour blue, a shade that is both strong and feminine, it’s no wonder that makeup took an ethereal and yet practical turn.
“I wanted to give concrete expression to Maria-Grazia Chiuri’s vision for this collection, which was that of a contemporary young woman, who is emphatically free and beautiful,” says Peter Philips, Creative and Image Director for Dior Make-up.
He adds, “Make-up shouldn’t be a distraction. Instead, it should emphasise the personality of each girl, with make-up that reveals without masking, and lights up each face with a perfect, natural glow.”
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