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Ya’ll know about Miracle Skin Transformer, right? This tinted moisterizer glides on like a primer, benefits skin like a serum, and protects and evens skin like a foundation. What its got: full spectrum sun protection, enzyme Q10, and vitamins A, K, and E. What it ain’t got: parabens, sulfates, synthetic fragrances, synthetic dyes, petrochemicals, phthalates, and triclosan.The formula comes in six shades plus translucent. Why the shape of these color samples resembles an array of ethnically diverse vaginas is inexplicable. McNamara aimed to create a multifunctional product that would nourish skin, even imperfections, and provide adequate sun protection. This isn’t a particularly new concept, but one she magnificently executed with this super-blendable, medium coverage mousse-like cream. Do consider the all-in-one nature and the size (1.7 oz) when weighing the $48 price tag.
The big finish with Alexis Mabille.
Jean Paul Gaultier rarely disappoints, but this season it was hard to narrow down the best looks in an all around fantastic show. Georgina Stojilkovic hatches from a metallic egg framed by feathers.
Giambattista Valli showed a textured cocktail frock on Alejandra Alonso.
A ten piece ensemble at Givenchy.
Mirte Maas dives into deep blue at Elie Saab.
Maria Kashleva rides the wind at Christian Dior.
The sexiest suit of the Fall 2011 Couture season: Frida Gustavsson for Jean Paul Gaultier.
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