creatures of the wind delivers hippie-meets-punk romance

messy hair, don't care.

Photographed by Natalia Mantini

We’ll always feel nostalgic about the ‘90s. Pretty dresses paired with recklessly cool hair will never fail to capture our hearts, and as every Dr. Martens-loving girl knows, a thick coat of eyeliner can do a lot to toughen up your look in the prettiest way, ever. So for Creatures of the Wind’s spring/summer 2016 show, NARS makeup artist Aaron de Mey and Bumble and bumble hair stylist Anthony Turner teamed up to create beauty looks that any riot grrrl would love.

Makeup inspired by Siouxsie Sioux relied on extreme cat eyes and the occasional swipe of shine. “I like the luxury of the gold glitter mixed against the black eyeliner,” says de May. NARS Black Valley Eye Paint created a sharp, bold wing on the eyelid while Black Moon Eyeliner Pencil was used on the lower lash line for a softer, more blurred look. “I almost want it to look like they’ve done it themselves,” de May says. “I don’t want it to look precious.”

While the makeup looks packed in the drama, Turner opted for a more relaxed hairstyle, working with disheveled textures and a lived-in vibe inspired by Camden girls. Bumble and bumble Thickening Hairspray gives major volume while Surf Infusion creates a messy, almost oily feel. “You get that surf-y texture, but with a sheen,” says Turner. After bangs are shaped in the front, hair is divided into two sections and knotted, before being secured by bobby pins.

Paired with prim patterns and feminine dresses, Creatures of the Wind’s pretty, punk beauty inspiration makes for some some angsty-cool looks. And we’re reaching for our eyeliner already.