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Grunge looks dominated SPFW, kicked off by Animale with its collection of leather, brushed wool and lace looks. For more inspiration, WGSN SUBSCRIBERS can check out our trend report from this season’s SPFW by clicking here.
In love with this wood grain-inspired print at Pedro Lourenço from São Paulo Fashion Week.
Sports looks are set to continue for autumn/winter 2014. Perfectly illustrated at Osklen at SPFW with its football-themed collection of rounded shoulder sweaters and bonded fabrics.
Vitorino Campos – really a designer to watch - impressed us with his collection of classically masculine items subtly underpinned by grunge references at São Paulo Fashion Week.
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Giorgio Armani ‘s international make-up artist Linda Cantello was inspired by the floral prints and colours in the collection. She created “a wash of transparent greenish blue on the eyes, to achieve a diaphanous transparent effect” using the brand’s new Eyes To Kill Solo Eyeshadow in Green Viper and Scarab (launching in May 2014) on the eyes.
Giorgio Armani spring/summer 2014 show.
Statement red lips and metallic gold brows at Jean Charles De Castelbajac spring/summer 2014.
britneytokyo rocks textured nails with contrast red at LA Fashion Week S/S 14
Beautiful headpieces by Kate Thompson of Amaroq seen at Odylyne during LA Fashion Week S/S 14