Fashion Week Spring 2014:
New York Spring Fashion Week 2014: Our Favorite Runway Beauty Moments
Taking inspiration from Latin American beauties like Frida Kahlo and Bianca Jagger, Minkoff's look embodied the feeling of a wide-eyed wanderer with boho-chic braids. "I think a lot of girls like to wear their hair like this in the summer," said lead hairstylist Jeanie Syfu, who used TRESemme products. "The disheveled texture is what makes the look modern. For the makeup, Stila artist Sarah Lucero emphasized the eyes, opting for bold brows, and an ombre eye. "We used a lot of rustic browns, and the lash line is so sexy and defined," she told us. "The brows are definitely a nod to Frida Kahlo." For the nails, manicurist Jill Stuart used the Essie shades in Tart Deco, Butler Please, and Licorice Blanc ($8 each; essie.com) for Southwestern-inspired nail art.
At the Louis Vuitton Art Basel Beach Barbecue event, Michelle Williams (in head-to-toe Louis Vuitton) was the epitome of chic, effortlessly styling her stripe tiered skirt with a slouchy blue sweater, the brand’s signature checkered clutch and mustard yellow sandals.