The Stone Age


Ruby lips, emerald eyes, pearly nails—and the accessories to match. This season, there’s enough jewel-hued makeup to compete with the main floor of Van Cleef & Arpels. “These shades have a Seventies feel, but in a kind of soft, cool way,” says makeup artist Lucia Pieroni, who created the looks seen here and on the following page. While Pieroni went for high intensity, she advises nonprofessionals to use a lighter hand. “The key to wearing bold colors is to keep it simple,” she says. “A soft wash of color over the eye and a little mascara means you can go bold with the lip.” Needless to say, when it comes to the jewelry, such restraint isn’t necessary.

Photographer: Daniele Duella & Iango Henzi

Marc Jacobs’s linen jacket. Fendi’s stingray clutch with multicolored stones, Ippolita’s 18k yellow gold ring and Pomellato’s 18k rose gold ring (on right hand, from top), de Grisogono’s 18k yellow gold rings (on left hand). Chanel Nail Colour in Pearl Drop; Cover Girl LipPerfection lipstick in Hot Passion.

Photographer: Daniele Duella & Iango Henzi

Lisa Marie Fernandez’s nylon and elastane dress. Van Cleef & Arpels’s 18k white gold, chloromelanite, turquoise, chrysoprase, and diamond necklace. Stila Sparkle Waterproof Liquid Eye Liner in Electric; L’Oréal Paris Infallible Le Rouge lipstick in Forever Fuchsia.

Photographer: Hannah Whitaker

Louis Vuitton’s galuchat minaudière; Cathy Waterman’s platinum, tourmaline, and diamond ring (on left); Antonini’s 18k white gold, black rhodium, emerald, and diamond ring. Essie Nail Polish in Pretty Edgy.

Executive Accessories and Jewelry Director: Claudia Mata. Hair by Luigi Murenu for John Frieda; makeup by Lucia Pieroni for Clé de Peau Beauté; manicure by Yuna Park for Streeters.