Making Up The Magic Pale Fire
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Pale Fire

Fall and winter outfits tend to be about blacks, navy’s, and khakis. But sometimes, it’s fun to break the rules, and while I was shopping this season, I saw a lot of blush coloured pieces. It got me wanting to play around with a clean and simple look which… leads to another trend that has been building up over the recent seasons: monochromatic. Combining these two trend is a great way to get a modern, chic look.

Photography Cesar Ochoa

Our model is the gorgeous Marie-Eve at Next Models Canada.

Look 01 – I found this simple bomber at Dynamite, the hue goes great with black pants and even blue jeans!

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Look 02 – I also found this top with turtleneck at Dynamite, and I paired it with a vintage silk shirt by Canadian brand A. Gold & Sons available at Bazrdeville

Making Up The Magic Pale Fire

Look 03 – Both pieces come from my fave vintage shop, here in Montreal, Bazrdeville

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Look 04 – I love mixing pale colours. I found this wool blend coat at Zara, and I paired it with a vintage Maison Martin Margiela shirt I own.

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Look 05 – I love how chic the Zara coat looks, for an evening look I paired it with a dress, available at Sachika Boutique .

Making Up The Magic Pale Fire

The makeup stayed simple and focused around blush tones. Base makeup is NARS Creamy Concealer sheared out with Clinique DDML+. Eye shadows, lip products and blush are a mix of limited edition products from Lancôme and Chanel. I recommend the Modern Renaissance palette by ABH Cosmetics, or the Charlotte Tilbury eye palettes to recreate most of these looks, because it’s really hard to find red-based eyeshadows.

Crystal Han blow-dried Marie-Eve’s curly mane using Pantene products to style.