Marc by Marc, Jil Sander, Fendi
The key to this trend is having flawless skin as the backdrop to shocking lips. "It's about the contradiction of that one graphic element against an otherwise bare face," said makeup artist Peter Philips, backstage at the Jil Sander show.
THE FAR SIDE
Marc Jacobs, Rodarte, Chloe
This trend can be worn with sleek, slicked back hair or can tame down a curly mane. Try it alone or pair it with a eye catching barrette.
Jason Wu, Derek Lam, Dior
This trend is something to pair with nude lips to avoid color overdose. Slather color over the lid for a fun evening look or keep it to a minimum by lining the lashes for day.
Proenza Schouler, Donna Karen
Throw your hair back in whichever way suits your fancy- knots, buns, twists- this trend is limitless, easy, yet effortlessly chic
Oscar de la Renta, Marchesa, Versace
Worn high or low, this trend serves as a go-to put together look. It can take center stage with locks and barrettes piled atop the head, or wear it low and keep your mane minimal for other attention grabbing looks of the season.