Image: The Style List—June 2011
Street culturists, delight. Designer Nicholas Kirkwood is marrying high-rise footware architecture with Keith Haring’s iconic pop art in a masterpiece of vertigo-inducing ’80s excess. Items in the one-off couture line are available by special order only, as each pair is made custom. Price on request, nicholaskirkwood.com. —Bailey Shiffler
BRIGHT FACE FORWARD
Makeup that sings the body electric
by MELISSA MAGSAYSAY
Make Up for Ever Rouge Artist Intense lipstick in Pearly Violet, Satin Bright Orange, $19, sephora.com; MAC Cosmetics Lipstick in Neon Orange, Girl About Town, $14.50, maccosmetics.com; Illamasqua Sheer Lipgloss in Torture, Divine, $20, sephora.com.
Givenchy Le Prismissime 9-Colors Eyeshadow in Acid Lights, $62, sephora.com; Make Up for Ever Powder Blush in Neon Pink, $19, sephora.com; Make Up for Ever Matte Eyeshadow in Apple Green, Yellow, $19, sephora.com; YSL Ombres Duolumieres Eyeshadow Duo in Electric Yellow/Royal Blue, $41, yslbeautyus.com; MAC Cosmetics PRO Pigment in Rock-It Yellow, Neo-Orange, Green Space, $19.50, 800-387-6707; Make Up for Ever Matte Eyeshadow in Turquoise, $19, sephora.com.
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Givenchy Gelée d’Interdit Smoothing Gloss Balm Crystal Shine in Celestial Black, Explosive Raspberry, Electric Purple, Neon Orange, $26.50, sephora.com; MAC Cosmetics PRO Chromagraphic Pencil in Process Magenta, $14.50, 800-387-6707; MAC Cosmetics Chromagraphic Pencil in Hi-Def Cyan, $14.50, maccosmetics.com; MAC Cosmetics PRO Chromagraphic Pencil in Genuine Orange, $14.50, 800-387-6707; Make Up for Ever Aqua Liner in Iridescent Fuchsia, Diamond Turquoise Blue, Diamond Lagoon Green, $23, sephora.com.
Chanel Limited-edition Le Vernis Nail Colour in Mimosa, $25, chanel.com; Illamasqua Nail Varnish in Radium, $14, sephora.com; Dior Electric Tropics Catwalk Duo in Aloha, $26, dior.com; YSL La Laque in Electric Yellow, $20, yslbeautyus.com; Illamasqua Nail Varnish in Gamma, $14, sephora.com; Givenchy Vernis Please! in Acid Orange, $16.50, sephora.com; YSL La Laque in Turquoise Blue, $20, yslbeautyus.com.
The tale of how Fred Hayman brought homegrown glamour to the famed Rodeo Drive
by BOOTH MOORE
The dashing man who helped transform Rodeo Drive into a global retail destination with his Giorgio Beverly Hills—we all happily recall the boutique’s distinctive yellow-and-white striped awnings and eponymous perfume—has at last told his story. Out this month is Fred Hayman, the Extraordinary Difference: The Story of Rodeo Drive, Hollywood Glamour and the Showman Who Sold It All ($65, A+R Projects), by style maven Rose Apodaca. The owner of pop-culture emporium A+R—and former editor of the L.A. Times “Image” section—crafts a substantial book that’s both lavishly illustrated and well researched. And as it depicts the blossoming of Beverly Hills, there’s all the delicious name-dropping you’d expect.