Fall 2016 Couture Beauty Trends You’ll Love

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While ready-to-wear fashion weeks in the spring and the fall are what drive the sales with the hordes and masses, the loveliest and most creative designs appear on the lesser seen haute couture week in Paris about this time of the year. Here is where the hair gets funky, the makeup artistic and the overall creations come into play with no borders to mold them into something sellable. What are the top fall 2016 couture beauty trends for the season?

Fall/ Winter 2016-2017 Couture Beauty Trends

Couture fashion is where each designer can show and tell with ease what is on their mind, not always with the intention of sales – Maison Margiela is a little too wacky for us to be wearing those in our everyday lives, but to show off a whole different side to the house and brand. The whole thing is a spectacle, with fewer people in attendance and a whole lot of fun on that stage.

That’s probably why it gets annoying when haute couture sometimes takes a more ready-to-wear attitude in order to drive sales. That is not what the whole genre is about.

Though, if you were to pick up any of those magnificent designs – Zuhair Murad and a few others come to mind, you’re looking at quite the hefty price tag to dish out for.

Yet, for all of that, we are entirely in love with the trends these runway shows set. For the fall of 2016, there are a few hair and makeup trends that we are more than happy to see, while others we might want to steer a little clear from due to being overly extravagant.

#1: Out with the No Makeup Makeup

Remember when for multiple seasons it was all about the fresh face, the I-just-woke-up and haven’t put anything on face and the clearer luminous visage? Yeah, put that out of your mind.

Fall 2016 is about bold eyes, bold lips and bold hair, making you stand out and show off with a major artistic touch around eyes and lips especially. Colors are in, bold strokes are required and anyone walking about with a fresh face is so last year at this point.

So do not worry about going overboard so long as your focus is eyes and lips! Pack it on and play with the effects for a whole lot of fun.

Fall 2016 Couture Beauty Trends: Bold Makeup

#2: Glittery Red Lips

We know that red lips are in, particularly in deeper berry shades. We love the sour cherry look especially. Add in some glitter the way Atelier Versace did and you have superstar pouts to match with the occasion you’re attending.

Forget the matte, we are going all shine here and you can enjoy all those holiday get-togethers and even a gala or two wearing glitter on that kiss.

Fall 2016 Couture Beauty Trends: Glittery Red Lips

#3: Graphic False Lashes

We are so happy that yes have become the center of attention for the fall season along with those luscious lips that get played with every which way. We love that the focus goes not only on shadows and liners but also on the thick lashes, meaning using false ones on your upper and lower lids is a must now.

You want to achieve that full look, fanning down onto your cheekbones and creating a doll-like figure. Chanel and Dior really played this up during the shows.

Fall 2016 Couture Beauty Trends: Graphic False Eyelashes

#4: Incredibly Winged Liners

One of the most dramatic fall 2016 couture beauty trends, this is a look we can so get into and should be quite fun to play around with. Thick liner around the eyes, either only on the upper lid or both together for a major Egyptian sort cat-eye is what you are going for.

You can opt for thin on top and thick underneath as well, playing with the different illusions as was done on the Dior fashion show on the couture runway. Black liquid eyeliner is about to become your best friend.

Fall 2016 Couture Beauty Trends: Winged Liners

#5: Shadow Wings

We love what the designers have been doing with the eyeshadows in different colors, including blues and oranges, winging them out to create cat eyes that do not require the added liquid liners. Atelier Versace’s silvery-blue cat eyes are going to be the cornerstone for creating the perfectly made up face this coming season.

Shadow wings also appear in heavy smoky eyes, bringing out the color and looking fab with hair pulled back at Ralph & Russo. As for Dior’s designs, let’s just say shadow mixes with liner for very graphic and brightly glittery and orange to boot.

Fall 2016 Couture Beauty Trends: Eyeshadow Wings

#6: Added Graphics on Eyes

There is fun and then there is really fun eyes. Remember the doll like looks from Chanel?Alexis Mabille took that up a notch and is telling you to grab a liner, grab your shadows, grab the false lashes and mascara, and play.

Play dress up and draw on the lines, along creases and in added lower lashes. Create black and white contrasts and make sure the eyes are the center of focus. You are the artist. Your eyes are your canvas. Work!

Fall 2016 Couture Beauty Trends: Graphic Cat Eye Makeup

#7: Slippery Hair

This is one of the fall 2016 couture beauty trends that have been around for a while now and we might just be starting to say goodbye, hopefully come 2017. For now though, enjoy the design to your hair with gel and other products that slick it all back and give you a very fashionable attraction.

Givenchy was of course the first on board for this as the house seems to adore this particular trend. Or you can pull it down a few notches and not look so wet as onGiambattista Valli.

Fall 2016 Couture Beauty Trends: Wet-Effect Slick Hair

#8: Big Curly Hair

We love curls. Really! Natural curls left big and voluminous and piled up high is exactly how we want things to be. Chanel gave us a great glimpse of what that would look like, both with shorter and longer hair, bows in and eyes done like a doll.

Who does not want to look utterly adorable anyhow? A gentle blush and gentle lips only finish off the look. But really go for that half untamed gorgeous bouncy curly pile of hair.

Fall 2016 Couture Beauty Trends: Curly Hair

#9: Hair Swept Back

Hair swept back in a bun, loose or otherwise, was a huge thing for Atelier Versace as the focus was brought to the eyes and lips instead, lovely accessories only adding to the allure of the beauty looks. Some slicked back and others more loosely combed, we enjoyed the loveliness of seeing those tendrils pulled away from the forehead, the cheekbones thus pointing out more prominently and the eyes capturing our attention.

You can opt for pretty designs to it as well such as with braids down the center to the back or across the crown as seen at Ralph & Russo. You can also go for swept into a half-up and half-down design such as at Dior.

Fall 2016 Couture Beauty Trends: Hair Swept Back

#10: Add in Hair Accessories

Finally, according to the top fall 2016 couture beauty trends what you really want to work on is using different hair accessories to create the look you want. Forest nymph is a great way to appear as seen at Alberta Ferretti.

Doll-like is where Chanel has been taking us. Use what you have in antique hair pieces, fun creations and bows, ribbons, clips or otherwise to achieve that final appearance before your own show.

Dior’s barrettes are a great place to start from.

Fall 2016 Couture Beauty Trends: Hair Accessories

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Dior Names New Creative Director, Releases Two New Versions of the Popular Diorama Bag

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BOY CHANEL QUILTED FLAP BAGS

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Kate is an intelligent shopper – she does her research diligently before pulling out her credit card. That’s why she came to Bragmybag to digest all the information available.

So she was hunting for the Boy Chanel Medium Quilted Flap Bag or the Chanel Classic Flap Bag. These bags are both Chanel’s iconic beauties and most of the times they’re sold-out, especially when you are looking for the timeless color black.

But fortunate for Kate she has found the bag she hunting for, though it was difficult to make a decision between the Boy Bag or the Classic Flap Bag:

‘First of all, thank you so much for maintaining such an insightful site. I did so much of my research on the page. Just yesterday, I have finally I’ve gotten my Chanel boy, medium size, in lambskin and gold hardware (€4150) in the legendary big white box and paper bag. It was a really tough decision between the classic flap and the boy. My SA Celine was so lovely! The service was awesome. The packaging is so nicely done that I don’t bear to tear open it till I return back in Singapore. I will be traveling around Europe in the next 3 weeks to hunt for the Hermes Herbag Zip. Once again, I really enjoy reading the site! Please continue to update your readers with more juicy information! Cheers!

So the Boy Chanel Medium Flap Bag in lambskin and golden hardware is now priced at €4150 euro via Chanel boutique.

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A few weeks later, we received another message from Kate. She did find the Hermes Herbag Zip Bag in Lausanne, Frankfurt and Brussel but the colors and quantity were limited. And in the end she did not buy it, but she did made little purchases like the Karl Lagerfeld K Saffiano Choupette Bag. This bag is great for work or as an everyday bag. And the combination of Karl Lagerfeld, price and the quality, it is really hard to resist the temptation.

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Balmain’s Resort 2017 Collection Is a Color Explosion

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Fashion designer Olivier Rousteing is one step closer to conquering the fashion industry with his Balmain line-ups, and just by looking at the newest Balmain resort 2017 collection we may fairly state the conquering process has just begun.

Balmain Resort 2017 Collection

“I obviously can’t say all the details, but I can say that we are going to expand Balmain to the world. It’s something I’m really happy for and I can’t wait,” Rousteing declared while showcasing one of his most pompous, elegant and lavish holiday-ready collections ever, some of the pieces of which got unveiled at Balmain’s menswear runaway show a few days ago.

The fashion house has a new owner on board (Qatar-based Mayhoola for Investments), and the company’s investments will surely help Balmain relax and focus on the communications, marketing strategies and collections, for sure.

Trapped between glamorous Seventies and haute couture-esque Nineties vibes, this Balmain resort 2017 collection truly gives us a glimpse of what the French fashion house has grown up to under Rousteing’s supervision. Balmain is a fashion house that manages to target both its usual ultra-chic audience and the younger and fresher generation with is eclectic collections.

Balmain Resort 2017 Collection

While this collection’s patterns evoke a more cheerful attitude, which draw inspiration from Balmain’s signature patterns, yet reinvented in a more millenial-approved way, its lines and cuts are inevitably meant to appeal to its longtime aficionados, who exactly know what to look for when it comes to a Balmain collection.

Color-wise, we could divide the line-up into three main themes: on the one hand it showcases rich and dark-toned solid colors, often combined to create elegant yet less bright color-blocking motifs than usual, while on the other hand multi-colored stripes come arranged either geometrically or abstractly.

The third group merges the characteristics of the first two color palettes. In this range, all of the ensembles got dipped into vivid pinks, yellows, super shimmery light blues and oranges, accentuating the figures and harmonizing the overall resort 2017 line-up with a more balanced array of shades.

Balmain Resort 2017 Collection

“The colors are really inspired by the sky, the feeling that there’s no limit. The way I feel with Balmain right now is that it’s a new day, there’s a new story to tell. I wanted to celebrate the new chapter we’re going to write,” Rousteing told WWD.

As for the main staples, lines and cuts, he revamped classic Balmain looks with fresher, more modern pieces, such as skimpy crop-tops, asymmetrical skirts and edgy cut-outs on the shoulders. As a result, the collection is perfectly balanced in the artisanal sense as well. The maxi cardigans skillfully balance the short tops, while the sinuous floor-length dresses get interrupted with billowy wrapped skirts and blouses.

Balmain Resort 2017 Collection

When it comes to the ‘freshest ensembles of all’, Rousteing revisited a timeless version of the safari trench coat, this time created under the influence of the varsity jacket, as well as designed denim overalls, and frilled crops with off-shoulder necklines, which are very likely to follow us all the year round, every day, starting off from this summer.

Of course, Rousteing went strong on the accessory line too, utilizing the same patterns on geometric clutches, handbags and totes as well.

Balmain Resort 2017 Collection

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Chanel #FrontRowOnly Resin Brooches

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And this is what happens when Chanel does emojis. More specifically, emoji resin brooches that will be launched with their F/W16 collection, #FrontRowOnly. No word yet on how much they’ll cost or if they’ll even come sold as a set, but one thing’s for sure, there’s something cute yet freaky about them all at once. What say you?

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Brexit is a boon for European luxury shoppers

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The Chinese are the most keen. Apparently, according to VisitBritain, “Chinese web searches for UK holidays have skyrocketed”. They are big on luxury off late, and so are the first ones to be approached for a red carpet welcome to UK. European brands now need to find alternatives to drive their business, though. In the same league and standard they have been following. Also, more foreign investors mean lesser polish and exclusivity on the brands too.

So, it is yin and yang. Good and bad. Who benefits – the world, they will be able to eat off the hands of Britain. And who loses? Businesses, and some rather extremist thinkers who liked to believe that their royal lineage still controlled the rest of the world.

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