Stuart Weitzman's A/W Lineup has all your footwear needs covered. Last year, they introduced the Highland Over-the-Knee boot, which now comes in taupe, gray, and black, as well as the Nudist strappy sandal, in a variety of colors, making them classic additions to any shoe lovers collection!
The September Issue is here sending waves through the industry by having models appear on the cover replacing the ubiquitous celebrity. It is a throwback to when models exclusively covered Vogue and is a more than welcome change.
Yes my ultimate girl crush is making yet another appearance, but this time it's because her makeup artist, Lisa Storey, used some of my favorite products to create this glamourous red carpet look for her. Here is what she revealed about the 60's-inspired Brigitte Bardot makeup.
I began by tracing the lash line with Tom Ford Liquid Eye Defining Pen and extended it out to create a cat eye. I then applied Laura Mercier Caviar Stick in Rosegold across the lid, followed by Tom Ford Eye Color Quad in Cocoa Mirage. I used the flat brown shade to contour and the bronze-brown shade dusted over the top and blended out and up towards the brow. I applied a generous lashing of Dior Blackout Mascara on top and bottom lashes.
I filled in her brows softly with Cle de Peau Eyebrow Pencil.
Lastly, I used Tom Ford Lipstick in Sable Smoke to complete the look.
SHOP THE LOOK:
As told to HollywoodLife.Com