Stylist: Shaquille Ross-Williams
Outfit: The Attico by Gilda Ambrosio and Giorgia Tordini
Makeup Artist: Esther Edeme assisted by @faysfaces
Hairstylist: Marvin Francis
Shoes: Jimmy Choo
Jewelry: Tiffany & Co.
Black model Leomie Anderson wasn’t afraid to dare while attending last year’s British Vogue and Tiffany & Co. Party. What is even better about her is that she is not only beautiful, but also an activist.
Let’s see what she wore to the event last year, then.
Anderson wore a custom multicolored The Attico ensemble with feather details, that probably served as a starting point for the construction of some looks of the Fall 2022 Ready-to-Wear collection.
The dress was paired with black satin Jimmy Choo Sully crystal embellished sandals with a square toe (same model as pictured below, not the same color).
Of course she accessorized the look with Tiffany & Co. jewelry.
The model’s graphic bedazzled makeup was courtesy of Esther Edeme who opted for a glowy complexion, glossy lips and a touch of false lashes to make the look sultrier.
Here are the products Edeme used (slightly edited for clarity):
“Foundation: Lancôme & Charlotte Tilbury (no type of product or shade specified);
– Eyes: Plouise – ‘If The Crown Fits‘ Palette;
– Lips: Opulence London & Fenty Beauty glosses (no type of product or shade specified);
– Lashes: Tatti Lashes – TL3 3D Faux Mink lashes halved;
– Glow: Melanie Mills Hollywood – ‘Deep Gold‘ + ‘Rose Gold‘ – Gleam Face & Body Radiance;
– Brows: Charlotte Tilbury (no type of product or shade specified).
Other brands the pro used were by Huda Beauty, Benefit Cosmetics, Inglot, Laura Mercier and Armani Beauty, even though she did not disclose what purpose they served.
Her hair was styled by Marvin Francis in a long and sleek do with middle part, using products by ORS Haircare and tools by BaByliss and Remington.
The nails seemed to be press-ons in a pink-ish hue.
In 2022, British Vogue‘s annual Fashion and Film Party was in partnership with Tiffany & Co. and hosted by British Vogue editor-in-chief and Vogue’s European editorial director Edward Enninful OBE. The event took place at Annabel’s.
The same year, the event was dedicated to helping and raising funds for those affected in Ukraine, with all attendees encouraged to join British Vogue and Tiffany in donating to the Disasters Emergency Committee’s Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal.