Photographer: Ashley Olah
Stylist: Dani Michelle
assisted by Cameron Nicole Quittner, Maren Taylor and Liz Mahon
Outfit: Mônot by Eli Mizrahi
Makeup Artist: Leah Darcy Pike
Facial Glow: Tracie Martyn
Facialist: Iván Pol using Chanel Beauty
Hairstylist: Ruslan Nureev + Leo Valentino and Tauni Dawson
Manicurist: Olivia de Montagnac
Tan Artist: Isabel Alysa using Dolce Glow
Clutch: Jimmy Choo
Shoes: Jimmy Choo
Jewelry: Tiffany & Co.
We are patiently waiting for all the big events that are coming up this weekend, and rest assured that we are ready to catch every little detail about the outfits people will be wearing–for you.
In the meantime we are reminiscing about Elsa Hosk attending last year’s Vanity Fair Oscar Afterparty.
Can’t wait to see what the new one has in store for us.
For the 2022 afterparty, Hosk wore a white version of a Mônot cutout long dress with structured shoulders from the Resort 2023 collection, paired with white satin Jimmy Choo Max 150 platform ankle sandals.
She was also seen on the red carpet carrying a white satin Jimmy Choo Cloud clutch with silver hardware (the one pictured above has gold hardware). Hosk also accessorized her chic ensemble with Tiffany & Co. pieces.
The model’s facial was courtesy of Iván Pol who on his Instagram mentioned using the N°1 de CHANEL Revitalizing Cream “infused into The Beauty Sandwich facial to penetrate the plumping effect of the Red Camelia deeper into the skin for a glow that lasts”.
On her Instagram stories, Hosk wrote that the makeup inspiration was a 90’s Karen Mulder, a Dutch model and singer.
To achieve this look, her talented makeup artist Leah Darcy used products by Tom Ford Beauty, Guerlain and Armani Beauty.
Darcy created a soft smokey eye with an emphasis on the upper lash line; the lips were painted with a nude hue, using a slightly darker lip liner to define them but keeping them juicy.
Just a bit of mascara to define the lower lash line and the masterpiece was ready for the red carpet.
Elsa‘s hair was styled in a high messy bun with long tendrils framing her face by hairstylist Ruslan Nureev. Even this time, the model was kind enough to share with her followers that her inspiration were some pictures of Pamela Anderson‘s iconic updo mixed with that of her all time favorite model Claudia Schiffer.
The nails were courtesy of Olivia de Montagnac who opted for soft French tips to match the dress.
For this look, the Swedish model worked with stylist Dani Michelle, whose work I like a lot concerning both street style and red carpet appearances.
Her approach is fresh, she mixes high and low brands and there is an effortless feel to what she does. It’s dynamic, it’s elegant and as you can see, there is also a big deal of assistants around her who make everything you see look seamless and well taken care of.
Elsa has also great style on her own, which makes everything way better too.