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Virginie Viard erected a life-size Chanel version of the Hollywood sign, and dedicated her collection to the actresses who have served as muses to the house over the years. Bruno Pavlovsky, the fashion president of Chanel, told me it hadn’t been easy to put on a show like this in pandemic times. “It’s quite challenging to organize a show today, and you have to be convinced of how important it is. It’s not easy, not easy at all.” It didn’t, however, affect his ultimate belief in the runway format. “A collection is about a show. You can organize shoots and videos, but it’s about the show. A show is a spectacular vivant. It’s a way to understand what the collection is about – what the brand is about – and that’s the best way to express fashion today.”It’s no coincidence. Throughout history, eyeliner has been many things to many people, helping us express a range of era-specific characters. Very few makeup staples can so seamlessly skew sleek and elegant, à la a classic ’60s-era cat eye, and simultaneously subversive in homage to the ’80s-era punks, goths, and the New Romantics, with their messy, kohl-rimmed eyelids. In the shadow of an unusual spring collections season, makeup artists seem to be gravitating toward these humble pencils, pens, and pots for their ability to telegraph all the feelings of the coronavirus era—and offer some above-the-mask inspiration in the process. As the threat of a second lockdown loomed in Paris this week, there was little in the way of statement makeup at the COVID-safe outdoor presentations and in the virtual videos that replaced the city’s traditionally packed show spaces. Faces were kept bare for the most part, with one notable exception: Black eyeliner got plenty of traction.
While Chiuri’s collection portrayed the Dior silhouette through the newly-coined lens of “comfort wear,” at Hermès, Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski came at the limitations of our time through a different approach. Her show—also a somewhat traditional format—expressed a hankering for tactility, which added a more sensual dimension to the designer’s aesthetic. “I wanted the fantasy of touching. I think it’s important to keep that, somehow,” she said backstage. Fantasy was also the word that came to mind at Chanel on the last morning of Paris Fashion Week. Inside the Grand Palais, for a split second—when you forgot about your face mask and your distanced seat—everything felt like it was back to normal.
“It emphasizes [the eyes] powerfully,” makeup artist Peter Philips said backstage at Dior, where he traced an extra-thick matte black pigment along the upper and lower lash lines with soft, rounded edges. Similarly, legendary pro Pat McGrath leaned on her pigmented PermaGel eye pencil in Xtreme Black at Chloé, blending out an “experimental” array of dramatic swooshes there for creative director Natacha Ramsay-Levi’s collection of essentials, while etching a bold, winged shape above the heavy-metal dresses at Paco Rabanne. Cementing the lean toward grittier eye statements were the almost goth-like lids at Chanel, where the French fashion house’s global creative makeup and color designer Lucia Pica smudged and layered four different black and gray eye shadows across lids to achieve the perfect matte charcoal smoky eye. “It has a sort of ’90s Winona Ryder feel to it,” Pica said after the show, noting how sooty eye makeup—from the inky ticks to the smoky swipes—can successfully convey our collective emotions. From moody to mysterious, there’s a black eyeliner (or several) for that.
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