The girlish flush migrated north, thanks to flashes of pink placed high on cheeks. Spotted at: Jonathan Saunders, Versace, Kenzo, Narciso Rodriguez.
Pat McGrath created a polished yet artsy look for Jonathan Saunders by applying an iridescent pink blush that bled from eyelids to upper cheeks and temples, a nod to the designer’s own bold and unorthodox way with color. She played with a more pared-down palette at Versace, sweeping a pretty pale pink across the tops of models’ cheekbones to top off what she called a “high luxury face.” At Kenzo, Charlotte Tilbury brushed a shimmering rose just under models’ eyes, a romantic departure from the usual cheek contouring and a fitting accompaniment to the collection’s dreamy Alice in Wonderland theme. “It creates a look that is fresh and youthful, which also naturally lifts the face,” Tilbury said.