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Halloween inspiration from the runway: Rodarte Spring 2015

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Halloween inspiration from the runway: Rodarte Spring 2015

By: Canadian Living
Being the last minute girl that I am, every year come October 30th, I am sent into a panic frantically searching for an easy and satisfactory costume idea that looks like I didn't just throw a garbage bag over my head in the hopes of being mistaken for a ghost. This year is no exception. Although I still have not yet confirmed what my costume will be, I've actually put together a list of viable options. Not wanting to be a tired-out witch, pleather-covered catwoman, sexy policewoman, or whatever else sorely attempted default costume women turn to every year, I looked instead to the runways from the recent Spring 2015 collections for some hair and beauty inspiration for a different, sophisticated alternative. And I think I've found it...

Illustrated interpretation of Rodarte Spring 2015; By Laura Gulshani

Backstage for the Rodarte Spring 2015 presentation, lead makeup artist James Kaliardos created a shocking beauty look with not one or two hoops, but a full set of pierced brows on a dewy, flushed face. Throw on a heavy, shaggy mop of dark hair—as seen at Marc Jacobs—and you've got this decade's modern Joan Jett. Forget tacky and itchy polyester costumes. Instead, channel your inner punk rocker by wearing anything black, anything leather, and anything but your bra. Layer on the silver chain necklaces, chokers and black wrap bracelets. Makeup tip: Word is that instead of typically using a white tinted eyeliner, Kaliardos ran a beige pencil across the waterline of the eyes to really make them pop. For more beauty tips, visit our Style Desk blog.
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Halloween inspiration from the runway: Rodarte Spring 2015

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