Brazilian model Ellen Rosa is only 17 years old, but she’s already walked for designers like Altuzarra and Alexander Wang, and appeared alongside supermodel Irina Shayk in the pages of W. And it’s safe to say she’ll be a fashion favorite for years to come, thanks to her curly hair, glowing skin, and naturally full lips. Here, Rosa shares her favorite hair and skincare products, tips for beauty on the go, and more.
Your look in three words: Basic, natural and fresh.
Medicine cabinet snapshot: I use Philosophy Hope In A Jar Cream everyday and RoC Oil-Free SPF everyday. That usually does the trick for me!
A good hair day starts with: I’ve been using the Brazilian brand Natura’s Shampoo and Conditioner for curly hair. I’ve been using it for a long time plus it’s made of natural ingredients.
Makeup miracles: I don’t wear any make up on a daily basis, but I always carry Bioderma’s thermal water spray (Bioderma Hydrabio Eau de Soin).
Nails must be: Maybelline blackout 677
Sheet mask or mud mask: I like to use mud masks, specifically the one from Argile Naturelle.
Bronze or blush: I’m not sure I have a preference, but I think bronzer always looks good on my skin.
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Think pink. The soft, feminine hue has become a force majeure for spring.
Chanel cardigan, top, dress, cap, earring, necklaces, brooches, bracelets, and belt.
Do like Dior’s new creative director, Maria Grazia Chiuri, and get your message across with a slogan tee.
Dior T-shirt, skirt, choker, necklace, ring, and sneakers.
Cut a striking figure with a clash of prints and patterns.
Alexander McQueen sweater, kilt, trousers, earrings, bracelets, pin (on kilt), and boots.
Smart dressers always have some tricks up their sleeves—and pant legs.
Céline jacket, jumpsuit, trousers, and bag. Beauty note: Strike an artful pose with L’Oréal Paris Infallible Paints Blush Kit.
The new crop of floral prints is blooming with attitude.
Prada shirt, skirt, and bag.
Bathing beauties rejoice with the return of the sexy, retro silhouette.
From left: Miu Miu swimsuit, swim cap, and stole. Michael Kors Collection bralette, skirt, and belt. Beauty note: L’Oréal Paris Advanced Haircare Extraordinary Clay Shampoo is a sun goddess’s best friend.
Take it from Pierpaolo Piccioli, who just debuted on his own at Valentino: There’s nothing subdued about spring’s minimalist looks.
From left: Valentino dress; Valentino Garavani earrings and bag. Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci jacket, trousers, and necklace.
Fashion has gotten bigger, bolder, louder—and, when it comes to trousers, wider.
Gucci jacket, pants, choker, hand cuff, bag, and platforms. Beauty note: For hair with flair, try Nexxus City Shield DD-Crème.
A perennial favorite, stripes break away from the straight and narrow.
From left: Fendi pullover, skirt, and pants (underneath). Proenza Schouler turtleneck, wrap skirt, and earrings. Beauty note: Love your complexion with Max Factor Miracle Touch Liquid Illusion Foundation.
A voluminous sleeve adds just the right amount of drama.
Jacquemus blouse, pants, hat, and belt.
The classic raincoat is certainly big for spring.
Balenciaga trenchcoat, top, and boots.
See-through can be quite alluring, especially when paired with the new It accessory: Louis Vuitton’s Petite Malle phone case.
Louis Vuitton dress, bodysuit, boots, and iPhone case. Beauty note: Unveil beautiful skin with Olay Ultra Moisture Body Wash.
Looks like we’re still stretching the limits of athletic wear.
Versace crop top, skirt, choker, bag, and sandals. Beauty note: Curls gone wild crave Pantene Pro-V Curl Perfection Shampoo.
No matter the silhouette, form follows fabulousness.
From left: Loewe corset top, skirt, earrings, and bag. Marni dress and earrings; Michael Kors Collection clutch.
Fishnets with fur; a plunging velvet top with a pair of jeans—dressing up, as Saint Laurent’s new creative director, Anthony Vaccarello, proves, is a matter of dressing down.
From left: Rodarte jacket, skirt, belt, and earring. Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello top, jeans, and ear cuffs; Chanel bag. Beauty note: Stop traffic with Make Up for Ever Artist Acrylip in 400.
The blouse is back, as evidenced by this tuxedo shirt from Bouchra Jarrar’s debut collection for Lanvin.
Lanvin blouse, skirt, brooch, and bag.
The message is in the clothes—literally.
From left: Off-White c/o Virgil Abloh jacket, top, pants, earrings, and pouch belt. Hood by Air polo shirt and skirt.
Even denim—a wardrobe staple—gets a one-two punch with innovative treatments and clever cuts.
Marc Jacobs jacket, skirt, and socks.
Hair by Anthony Turner at Art Partner; makeup by Lynsey Alexander at Streeters; manicures by Anatole Rainey at B Agency. Models: Ellen Rosa at DNA Model Management; Stella Maxwell and Irina Shayk at the Lions; and Vittoria Ceretti at the Society Management.
Produced by Ragi Dholakia Productions; photography assistants: Lex Kembery, Matthew Healy, Simon MacKinlay; Fashion assistants: Ryann Foulke, Dena Giannini, Winnie Rielly, Rasaan Wyzard; hair assistant: Claire Grech
Exercise obsession: I love running in Central Park. It’s the only exercise I’ll do!
Drink of choice: Pink lemonade!
Product that you borrow from the boys: The only boy in my life is my one-year-old brother. Sometimes I borrow his baby oils.
Product that you picked up from the pros: Dior Show Iconic Overcurl Mascara because it makes my eyes pop! A woman should smell like: Coco Mademoiselle.
Appointment you’d love to nab: I’d love to get an appointment at SpaDios Salon in São Paulo, Brazil.
Best beauty advice: Use a good face soap and never go to bed wearing makeup. Make sure to keep your skin clean!
Definite doppelgänger: Rihanna mixed with Tyra Banks.
Anything else? I believe in natural beauty and that a good night of sleep can work wonders for any girl.
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