Jourdan Dunn at The Fashion Awards 2019

Stylist: Jason Bolden
Outfit: Andreas Kronthaler x Vivienne Westwood
Makeup Artist: Adam Burrell using Too Faced and Fenty Beauty
Hairstylist: Hos Hounkpatin
Manicurist: Kate Williamson using Nails Inc and Color Club
Shoes: Jimmy Choo

It’s been a long time since I talked about model Jourdan Dunn. I had to remedy the situation, so I decided to write about The Fashion Awards 2019, held at the Royal Albert Hall on December 02, 2019 in London, England.

For the occasion, Dunn wore an archive Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood gown from the Fall 2017 Ready-to-Wear collection, paired with gold Jimmy ChooMinny‘ sandals.

Makeup artist Adam Burrell stated on his Instagram that the lipstick he used was the Too Faced – ‘Ginger Bread ManMelted Matte lipstick.

Thanks to an interview that manicurist Kate Williamson had with Tori Crowther for Popsugar Beauty, we are now able to know more about the inspiration behind the gold French mani (a great one to consider and replicate for the festivities).

“The Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood dress [Dunn wore] was full of gold embellishment, so I wanted to keep the nails chic but with an edge.”

Williamson started with a neutral base colour using Nails Inc in “Such a Re-Leaf” from the Nails IncJust Kinda Bliss‘ duo, then moved onto carefully creating a long, almond shaped French tip using Color Club in ‘Cherubic‘, which is a super pigmented, rustic-looking holographic gold hue.”
Williamson also used the same shade on Dunn‘s toes.

Burrell also created a concoction with the Fenty Beauty Killawatt Freestyle Highlighter in ‘Trophy Wife‘ mixed with body cream to highlight the model’s body.

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The Fashion Awards is a fundraiser for the BFC Foundation and focuses on celebrating excellence in the fashion industry and supporting the future pipeline of creative talent.

The BFC Foundation supports the future growth and success of the British fashion industry by focusing on three areas: Education, Grant-Giving & Business Mentoring and the Institute of Positive Fashion.

The BFC Foundation aims to improve equality and opportunity so that the fashion industry remains diverse and open to all, helping talented designers at all stages of their career from school level through to becoming a global fashion brand.