The Spanish label Delpozo debuted at New York Fashion Week on Sunday with a customized runway winding through the floral carpeted penthouse of Canoe Studios. Creative Director Josep Font's 'prêt-à-couture' line included bold colors, sculpted silhouettes and light-as-air chiffons complemented by a sweet, royal beauty look. Antonio Corral Calero, Moroccanoil artistic director, collaborated with Font to create a hairstyle that spoke to the line's cultural heritage and the modern woman. "It's going to back to our roots and how the woman used to do their hair back in the days," Calero said. "We would see our grandmas with that type of an updo."
Calero primed hair with Moroccanoil Treatment and brushed it into a deep side part, leaving natural texture intact. He separated hair into three sections and gathered the middle section into a ponytail at the nape of the neck. With the free strands on the sides, Calero backcombed and brought hair over the ear to secure with another hairband in the ponytail. He loosely braided the ponytail and swirled it around and into itself to create an airy chignon extending to the middle of the head. Calero pinned in place and finished with a light misting of Luminous Hairspray Medium and Glimmer Shine Spray.
Monica Marmo, lead makeup for M.A.C, created a pretty beauty look inspired by French and Spanish opulence. Eyes sparkled with gold cream shimmer on lids and a pop of pink liner under lower lash-line. She highlighted cheekbones and added pink blush for a finishing touch. Pattie Yankee, celeb nail artist, prepped models' nails using Essie polish.—Jennifer Barnes