Emilia Wickstead mixed Chantecaille’s Sheer Glow Rose Face Tint with the Future Skin foundation for a fresh look that lets your natural freckles peep through.
Off the runway, nobody echoed the ‘all about skin’ mantra more than Pamela Anderson, who was spotted makeup-free in the front row during Paris Fashion Week at Victoria Beckham, Vivienne Westwood and The Row, showing us that glowing skin is often all the glam you need!
Pamela Anderson at The Row SS24
Chantecaille at Emilia Wickstead SS24
Jill Sander SS24 Milan Fashion Week
Eckhaus Latta SS24 New York Fashion Week
Versace SS24 Milan Fashion Week
Prada SS24 Milan Fashion Week
Backstage at Emilia Wickstead’s London Fashion Week show, makeup artist Petros Petrohilos showed how to master the look: simply blend Chantecaille’s Liquid Lumière in ‘Luster’ and Cheek Gelée in ‘Vibrant’ on the highest part of your cheekbones.
Kendall Jenner at Schiaparelli SS24
Zendaya at Louis Vuitton SS24
The ‘mermaidcore’ trend we’ve seen all over TikTok is here to stay – and it’s all about effortless, beachy hair you’d only achieve after a day of swimming somewhere along the French Riviera. At Paris Fashion Week, we spotted Sydney Sweeney at Miu Miu with long, mermaid-y waves and bare skin with a nude matte lip, while at Dior, Alexa Chung kept it simple with undone waves, brushed-up brows and a soft, rosy blush.
Get the look using the ghd Soft Curl Tong Hair Curler, Hair by Sam McKnight's Cool Girl Barely There Texture Mist and Sachajuan's Ocean Mist.
Sydney Sweeney at Miu Miu SS24
Alexa Chung at Dior SS24
That isn’t the only ‘core’ on the planet – ‘balletcore’ is everywhere, both on and off the runway. Whilst ALAÏA’s embellished Mary Janes and Miu Miu’s satin ballerinas have proven to be a street style staple, so too have the bows and braids that remind us of our dance lessons back in the day – and celebrities are getting around the trend, too.
In Paris, we saw Hailey Bieber’s current ‘soft girl’ aesthetic in half-up, half-down hair secured with a bow barrette, Emma Chamberlain at Miu Miu with braided piggy tails lined with velvet bow ribbons and Camila Morrone’s big bow moment at Chanel, to name a few.
To get the look, Sam McKnight (the man responsible for many of the backstage hairdos we’ve seen across SS24 runways) uses plenty of Modern Hairspray and Dressed to Kill Define & Frizz Creme when creating a sleek, polished finish for any braided look.
Hailey Bieber at Paris Fashion Week
Emma Chamberlain at Miu Miu SS24
Red has been a runway staple for a few seasons now. This season, it’s all about just a pop of red. Even The Row, known for their neutrals and minimalism, featured surprising pops of red throughout their SS24 show in Paris.
If you noticed Sofia Richie’s peeping red turtleneck at Prada, Kaia Gerber’s grey suit with red-lensed sunglasses at The Row or Kendall Jenner’s crimson bag and kitten heels at Gucci this season, then you get the gist when it comes to adding an unexpected crimson accent to your look. Saint Laurent also proved that red is the colour of the season with their models sporting bold red lips on the Paris Fashion Week runway.
Pair something red from your wardrobe with Yves Saint Laurent’s Rouge Volupte Shine in 'No. 127' or Kosas' Wet Lip Oil Plumping Treatment Gloss in 'Jaws' to get in on the trend.
Gucci SS24 Milan Fashion Week
Sofia Richie at Milan Fashion Week
Thanks to Sex Education star Mimi Keene at JW Anderson’s London Fashion Week show and Rose Inc founder Rosie Huntington-Whiteley at Dolce & Gabbana in Milan, we’re witnessing the rise of the eye highlight trend. Probably one of the easiest beauty trends to carry from the SS24 runways into real life, applying a shimmery eyeshadow to the very inner corners of the eyes is the classic trick to embellish any fresh-faced look.
For a subtle shimmer, try MECCA MAX's Single Eyeshadow in 'Y2K', or for some eye-catching sparkle, opt for Hourglass' Scattered Light Glitter Eyeshadow in the shade 'Foil' to recreate the look.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley at Dolce & Gabbana SS24
Gigi Hadid at Versace SS24