Fashion Designer Murkus Lupfur collaborated with high-end make-up brand Shu Umera and created some limited design packaging for a selection of their to products. As a graphic designer myself, I am always a big fan of how Fashion + Graphic Design + Beauty come together. So I was happy to go to the celebrating of the launch at Selfridges yesterday evening. Markus Lupfur himself was there and we had a lovely chat about the design industry and how he got his inspiration for the limited edition collection from the tropical summer moments last year.
A Shu Uemera make-up artist showed me how to use their products and created a very smokey look for me (which was perfect, as I was attending the MAA Awards After Party after this).
The limited edition packaging, sold HERE
Having an inspiring conversation with Markus
Trying out some Shu Uemura essentials
Wasn’t sure about the look at first (hence the face) as I normally don’t really wear so much dark make up…
but embraced the look and continued a night full of parties (Diesel Exposure Launch Party and MAA Awards After Party – more about this soon)
Looking forward to the weekend now, time for some relaxing (and packing for Cambodia!) Happy Friday everyone.
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Tagged beauty, Fashion, London, make-up, Markus Lupfer, packaging Design, Selfridges, shu uemura, Smokey Eyes
As I’ve got quite some events planned, I decided to try and find some simple basics that could be worn a work as well as at a party/launch/… as I often go straight from work.
So after I met Paul for lunch this weekend, I had a quick stroll through Selfridges again and found these to pieces at H&M trend. I might wear these to the first London Fashion Week (Pre-)Party tomorrow, I’ll keep you posted.
See- through, black to grey ombre top
Black leather arm cuffs
Btw, have a nice V-day everybody, even if I am not a valentines fan, I just had an amazing breakfast with my boyfriend, photos and more about this later!
What are your plans for today?
I bought this silver collar at the COS concession in Selfridges the other day. Even if it was a bit of a treat for me, I mainly bought it for all those basics I have (and love) in my closet, but which often miss that one extra element. (They deserve a treat sometimes as well, no?)
Double collar with my H&M mens shirt:
To buy or not to buy…
Today I went to Selfridges to wander around and see if there where any sale treasures left to be found. And I did find the gold, literally.
I spotted these amazing Sandro gold skinnies, HALF PRICE. They looked + felt great, but I am just not a 100% sure if the gold is a good move as all the spring/summer collections are very light and soft, and this is quite a hard, dark item…
What do you guys think, to buy or not to buy?