With one fashion city almost down and with the start of London fashion week almost upon us it's become apparent that for Autumn Winter 2013, Kate Moss and her iconic style is the beauty muse. Still a beauty inspiration after retiring from the catwalk circuit long ago (apart from the odd exclusive appreance at shows like Louis Vuitton) Kate's already turning into a beauty legend, living on at the shows like Brigitte Bardot, Marilyn Monroe and Farrah Fawcett.
So far we counting four counts of Kate Moss backstage references. First up Phillip Lim. This time it was Kate's iconic, Brit rock-chic hair that was used to inspire the runway hair. British hairstylist Paul Hanlon explaind the need for an injection of English spirit for the show and so it was Kate Moss that lent her great British style. Messy, broken up texture in a casual pinned back style, we could definitely see Kate Moss's influence at Phillip Lim.
Rachel Zoe AW13
At Rachel Zoe, make up artist Charlotte Tilbury looked to Kate and her post holiday glow for inspiration for the make up. “She wanted this girl to have a bronze golden glow, like Kate Moss just came back from holiday.” Charlotte told WWD. Using Maybelline products to create the look, Charlotte Used Dream Fresh BB Cream for the glow adn then used bronzer on the cheeks and nose for the post holiday tan.
Oscar de la Renta (picture courtesy of @gucciwestman)
At Oscar de la Renta, Revlon make up artist Gucci Westman cited Kate as an inspiration for one of the four looks that were created. Using Kate's biegey, fleshy lips as her visual reference, layering up the Revlon 'In the Nudes' palette and working a subtle beige liner around the lips so that the models channelled 90's Moss.
It was '90s Moss again that influenced the Tibi look, with a modern take on a smoky eye and messy, a look only Kate could get away with. It might have been a nod to the '90s but we're pretty sure this is also a piece of Kate's current style.
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