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At Eckhaus Latta, smooth skin and liquid latex gloves rule

“Everyone’s doing facials, so it’s clean skin and body latex,” Zoe Latta says of the Eckhaus Latta Fall show Said when the beauty vision on the field. Backstage at the East Village community center, designer Mike Eckhaus sits in a Sunday Riley chair, eyes closed, as he watches this cult skincare The brand’s products are massaged into his skin while walking away chatting at the dinner table with Jon Gries of The White Lotus

(soon he’ll be on the runway) , makeup artist Fara Homidi’s team painted the models’ hands with a bucket of black liquid latex fashion paint.

“In this series, we have a lot of hairiness,” says Latta. “Shearling and hand-painted mohair have an abstract viscose that cosmetics have, and then latex makes a really interesting contrast.” For real hair, hairstylist Edward Lampley is creating a range of wet-to-dry looks. “We were using Mr. Smith Texture Spray and Mr. Smith Paste to spray it all out and make the shapes,” he explains. Some models, like Camilla Deterre, wore a “smooth and tight” wet look, while Thanowa Lual was given a “angel-like, very soft” dry texture, while others in the cast had an in-between look “Greasy, dirty” feeling.




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