Taking inspiration from part DIY punk, part disco glamour - M.A.C. Cosmetics created yet another unique look at New Zealand Fashion Week. With elements from the 70s New York punk scene and a touch of studio 54, the models embraced the style with elegance.

To create the look HyperReal foundation was mixed with Strobe Cream and applied to present a fresh glow. Violet FX was used to highlight the cheekbones and body. The eyes were bold and dominant with Black Chromagraphic pencil making a smoky effect. Left relatively natural, lips painted in Fleshpot lipstick completed the makeup look.

With a solid reference to post-punk, new wave, and underground club culture, the hair for Stolen Girlfriends Club’s runway gave off a lived-in feel with a damp, almost oily texture. Redken worked with unconventional products to present the wild style.

Hair was misted with Redken’s One United and worked through with fingers using Brews Beard and Skin oil. To create a natural bend, the hair was twisted as it was wrapped around the curling iron. Pulled up loosely into a topknot with a scrunchie, the hairstyle was completed with the front flipped to one side to reference the era.