The Sandy Smoky Eyes
Seen at: Roberto Cavalli, Giorgio Armani, Carolina Herrera and Alexander Wang.
This look which graced the runways of many big designers is perfect for those who prefer a neutral yet dramatic eye look. We saw a wide mix of textures — from matte, shimmery to sparkly and metallic. If you want to try a daytime smoky eye, this is the perfect one. When paired with neutral lips and tousled hair as seen at Roberto Cavalli, it’s a modern Brigitte Bardot look which we absolute love!
The 60s Inspired Eyes
Seen at: Dsquared2, Emilio Pucci, and Nanette Lepore. And Fendi.
The 60’s eyes are iconic and hard to miss. This blast from the past is making a big statement in a myriad of different ways. From graphic eyeliners and light pastels to real baby doll Twiggy-like top and bottom lashes. No matter how you translate the trend to your everyday look – there’s no doubt it’s all about opening up your eyes. Take your pick, and make a statement!
The Sheer Purple Eyes
Seen at: Matthew Williamson, Derek Lam, and Vera Wang.
Plum, lilac and lavender. Purple was definitely the it-colour all over the runways in all it’s different shades this season! For day wear we really like the sheer lavender wash which feels more wearable than the bright purples, and give lids that freshness of spring! For the evening the copper plum makes for a trendy smoky eye look to try out.