The Couture Atelier Palette is the symbol of the limit and the admiration of the Givenchy art director for the sewing workshops of the fashion house embodied in reality. The case, traditional for the brand, contains four rather original shades and the same unusual sponge. The color combination is explained not by the closeness to the French (and even more so to the Russian) tricolor, but by powerful symbolism - each of the shades has its place in Givenchy couture ateliers. White, blue and red are the colors of the crayons that tailors use to draw patterns on the fabric (product outlines, vertical stitches and horizontal lines, respectively). The basic brown shade, designed to hold this colorful company together, symbolizes the wood from which the mannequins are made. The applicator supporting the theme of cutting and sewing is made in the form of a chalk:its four corners are intended for applying shadows and shading.
“My starting point for this collection is the mannequin. You can apply details of the future ideal outfit over and over again, cut out, offset all the stitches or dare to reshape an almost finished outfit. Everything is in the hands of the designer! Also in makeup: just dare to experiment.”(Nicolas Degenne)
The rest of the line's products are less "tailor", but completely and completely exquisite couture (it is likely that such items have not yet visited your cosmetic bag). Mat & Blur Touch Mattifying Stick removes imperfections (enlarged pores, oily sheen) on the skin in a targeted manner, and can be applied over makeup. Teint Couture Cushion Glow can be used as a standalone foundation or as a highlighter. Mister Light Glow illuminates the cheekbones, corners of eyes and lips, while Khol Couture Waterproof pearl gold eyeliner brings freshness and openness to the eyes.
Mat & Blur Touch Mattifying Stick
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