Estée Lauder's New Man
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Estée Lauder's New Man1 of 6
Famed editorial makeup artist Tom Pecheux is waving his magic brush over at Estée Lauder to give the brand a little fashion edge.
Baby Grows Up2 of 6
Pecheux revamped Pure Color Gloss and Pure Color Eyeshadow, which he called “his babies” in an interview with Women's Wear Daily. “There are so many textures and colors here," he said. "You can do anything from a natural look to a much more dramatic look.”
Blue Velvet3 of 6
The world got a sneak peek at Pecheux’s limited edition color range, Blue Dahlia, when the makeup debuted on designer Derek Lam’s runway. “Blue is iconic for fall," said Pecheux. Point taken, sir.
Bare Naked Lady4 of 6
With one of the most storied resumés in beauty, Tom Pecheux has worked with every iconic photographer, designer and model of this generation. This look backstage at Balmain may seem simple, but we'd kill for that level of craftsmanship at home.
Ghost Town5 of 6
Okay, we know this is a bit avant-garde for the office or, well, anywhere regular people go. But that doesn’t make it any less fun to look at. Given Estée Lauder’s domination of the bronzer market, we’re guessing you won’t see this anytime soon.
Devil's in the Details6 of 6
We love the famous “cerulean blue” scene in The Devil Wears Prada where Miranda lectures Andy about the way trends trickle down. This picture from Isaac Mizrahi’s Spring 2010 fashion show is likely why you’re obsessed with poppy pink.