LFW: Backstage and catwalk at Eugene Lin AW13

Once again, London Fashion Week seems to have come and gone in the blink of an eye! On Monday morning, I headed back to Freemason Hall, this time to go backstage and watch the new AW13 Cupide de locke collection from Singaporean born designer Eugene Lin:

 Eugene Lin AW13 - Lan Nguyen-Grealis working her magic back stage

 Eugene Lin AW13 - The Body Shop make up

Eugene Lin AW13 - The finished look

Compared to Saturday, the atmosphere was a lot calmer backstage. I managed to grab 5 minutes with head make up artist Lan Nguyen-Grealis who described the look as modern, edgy and war like. In keeping with Eugene Lin's structured collection, lashings of Kohl liner were used on the eyelids, then patted over with the new Colour crush eyeshadow in Moonlight kiss. Finally gold leaf was used in the inner corner to make the whole look grittier and more edgy.

Eugene Lin AW13 - Gold and black nails

I also snapped a photo of the models getting their nails done, and I have to say I love their take on a French manicure. Gold and black goes together so well, and I'll definitely be giving this striking combination a go!

 Eugene Lin AW13

Eugene Lin AW13 - Cupide de locke

Eugene Lin AW13 - Cupide de locke

Fashion wise, Eugene Lin AW13 very structured, and in keeping with the war like them, some of the pieces were almost military in design. The use of raspberry and gold kept the overall look feminine though. There were some beautiful dresses, and judging by his collection, trench coats and gold studs are back and here to stay for AW13.

What do you think about the new collection? Will you be recreating any of the make up/nails from this show?

4 comments

  1. Looks like a lot of fun!

    - Keyta

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    1. Thanks Keyta, I loved the whole experience, can't wait for SS14 now! x

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  2. looks amazing I'd love to have this sort of experience in the future!
    Love G x

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