The best of AW19 beauty trends at London Fashion Week

As we say goodbye to London Fashion Week, we’re reflecting on our favourite beauty looks from the AW19 shows.

 

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At Erdem, Val Garland paired a velvety graphic eyeliner with Anthony Turner’s modern beehive for a look Val Garland called “Royal meets The Vatican – inspired by Fellini and Hitchcock.”

 

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Riccardo Tisci’s youthquake street wear collection for Burberry was a stark dichotomy of the 1920’s flapper kiss curls designed by Guido Palau and shining skin by Pat McGrath.

 

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At Halpern, Sam McKnight's pre-Raphaelite hair was worn with gold leaf eyes by Isamaya Ffrench.

 

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At  Ryan Lo, Sam McKnight created romantic, 1950's waves, paired with neon lips by Pablo Rodriguez.

 

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Hair dressing was the order of the day at Ashley Williams, and as usual, when it comes to styling the hair with accessories the Ashley Williams way, more is more.

 

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At Preen, Sam Bryant created gym skin with 90's era nude tones. According to Sam, "she's a 90's girl whose been out all night dancing and has that sweaty sheen."

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At Fashion East, we fell in love with the most unwearable of nail art - pearl raindrop perfection by nail artist Lauren Michelle Pires.

 

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At JW Anderson, Anthony Turner made the case for ditching your dry shampoo in favour of what he calls, "a conceptual wet look helmet."

 

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And finally, our own Simone Rocha's take on pretty-meets-modern fullskirts and dark lipsticks made us want to ditch the spring pinks and go back to winter berry tones.

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