The grooming trends that shaped New York Fashion Week S/S 2015

Thom Browne spring makeup
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Twisted Top Buns

Marc by Marc Jacobs: Guido Palau's hair for Marc by Marc was styled in small, twisted top buns forming an abstract Mohawk, alongside glowing, polished skin by make-up artist Diane Kendal. Models' faces were highlighted with lip balm in all the right places for a natural sheen.

(Image credit: Marc Jacobs)

Victoria's long and straight hair

Victoria Beckham: The ladies at Victoria Beckham wore hair long and straight and swept across the forehead from extreme side partings. Skin was bronzed and dewy, with just a dab of blush-pink on the lips

(Image credit: Victoria Beckham)

Rag and Bone models spring look

Rag & Bone: Models wore a fresh, romantic make-up look for spring at Rag & Bone. Lead artist Gucci Westman created natural, glowing skin with a soft bitten lip, highlighted cheekbones and simple, slicked-back hair

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Marc Jacobs no make up look

Marc Jacobs: With an abundance of 'no make-up' looks dominating the runway, Marc Jacobs went one step further and removed the make-up altogether. Just a coating of face cream and a uniform wig helped to create his own idea of a 'model army'. The only cosmetic in show was a dark burgundy shade of Jacobs' limited-edition nail lacquer, applied on the toes.

(Image credit: Marc Jacobs)

Proenza Schouler makeup look

Proenza Schouler: Diane Kendal also decided to forego make-up at Proenza Schouler, instead lathering the models with a moisturising primer, achieving a radiant, natural complexion.

(Image credit: Proenza Schouler)

Michael Kors makeup look

Michael Kors: With make-up by Dick Page and hair by Orlando Pita, the models at Michael Kors looked as if they'd spent the afternoon driving a convertible with the roof down. Bronzer was liberally applied, while the hair was given a rough, tousled volume.

(Image credit: Michael Kors)

Altuzarra fashion and makeup

Altuzarra: Tom Pecheux's make-up for Altuzurra featured doll-like statement lashes, a sweep of baby-doll pink on the lids and overdrawn lips filled in with pale pastel pink. It was accompanied by a heart-shaped chignon styled by Odile Gilbert.

(Image credit: Altuzarra)

Diesel's slick hair fashion

Diesel Black Gold: Guido Palau styled the models' hair into slick, futuristic ponytails with a lacquered sheen at Diesel. The make-up by Pat McGrath gave the girls a New Wave edge, with bare-looking skin and a contrastingly bold cat eye.

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Donna Karen sporty summer glow look

Donna Karan: At Donna Karan, models got minimalist faces with a sweep of colour on their cheeks. Make-up artist Charlotte Tilbury added subtle highlighting and a nude lip to create a sporty summer glow.

(Image credit: Donna Karan)

Pat McGrath's make-up

Boss: Pat McGrath's make-up for Boss contoured around the models' features for a sharp, defined look. Brushed-up, natural brows were accompanied by defined cheekbones, nude lips and highlighter on the bridge of the nose and in the inner corners of the eyes for a youthful, refreshed finish

(Image credit: Boss)

look inspired by British actress Charlotte Rampling

Jason Wu: With a look inspired by British actress Charlotte Rampling, Diane Kendal delicately traced eyes with a deep, rich brown eyeliner, rubbing parts away with face cream to create a soft, dewy effect. Lips were kept nude with a soft stroke of rose to the cheekbones

(Image credit: Jason Wu)

Make-up by Mayia Alleaume

Lacoste: Make-up by Mayia Alleaume at Lacoste was mostly minimal, showcasing strong cheekbones and a bold brow. Hair styled by Laurent Philippon was roughly tied in a low ponytail with sporadic partings

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Sculptural look

Osklen: Antoinette Beenders created an organic, sculptural look for the models' soft, billowy clothes. MAC make-up artists complemented the natural theme with 'no make-up' makeup and a dotting of colour on the cheeks

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Sun-kissed glow

Ralph Lauren: Tom Pecheux gave models at Ralph Lauren a sun-kissed glow, with a light gold shimmer on the eyelids and subtle blush-bronzer that oozed sophistication and elegance. Hair styled by Guido Palau was blow-dried smooth and tied back into a simple low ponytail

(Image credit: Ralph Lauren)

A low ponytail

Reed Krakoff: Orlando Pita parted the models' hair while damp and pulled it back into a low ponytail for a modern, accessible style at Reed Krakoff. Roots were treated with a volumising spray foam for a classic look with an edge. Natural make-up put an emphasis on contouring for a defined, sculptural look

(Image credit: Reed Krakoff)