Stylist: Rob Zangardi & Mariel Haenn assisted by Rum Brady and Jill Petry
Outfit: Alexandre Vauthier Couture
Tailor: Mia Danilowicz x 7thBoneTailoring
Makeup Artist: Carissa Ferreri
Hairstylist: Fríða Aradóttir
Manicurist: Brittney Boyce
Bag: Jimmy Choo
Suki Waterhouse is the epitome of timeless beauty and in an era where people mostly show only their fake side, she shines brightly–metaphorically and literally. In that regard, a particular instance came to mind: her outfit for last year’s Vanity Fair Oscar Afterparty.
Her makeup matched the disco vibe of the dress and it was courtesy of Carissa Ferreri. The pro framed the actress’ eyes with black eyeliner to slightly elongate them, while she also placed glitter eyeshadow in the inner corner of her eyes and on the lower lash line. Well separated lashes and a natural lip kept the look chic and airy.
Her hair was styled in beachy waves by hairstylist Fríða Aradóttir, who slightly parted it on the side.
Suki‘s nails were painted in a creamy hue by the great nail artist Brittney Boyce–they look like press-ons, one of Boyce‘s specialties.
The blonde musician completed the look with a silver satin Jimmy Choo Bon Bon crystal mesh bag with crystal handle and a pair of Casadei sandals which were sadly not visible in any of the shots available (this information was courtesy of her stylists Rob Zangardi and Mariel Haenn).
Suki Waterhouse has that Rock and roll vibe to her that makes her beauty effortless, lived in and relatable (as relatable as being famous can be of course). You instantly know she is the kind of girl who could wake up and get out the door, because she is authentically beautiful. The fact that she is also a musician plays a lot into this conversation, because when you are on the go, your attitude changes and you leave no room for confusion, you go directly to what needs to be done.