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Backstage Tim Weiland NYFW Fall 2012

By Tuesday, February 14, 2012 ,


For the Fall 2012 show, Timo Weiland teamed up with lead hair sylist, Joseph DiMaggio and principal artist, Jose Rivera to create fresh, downtown looks for the runway. The inspiration was taken from Timo Weiland’s collection, which is “edgy, downtown-cool couple that hangs out on St.Marks”

Joseph DiMaggio on the inspiration: St.Marks is that really cool, young and hip place. It’s all about up and coming, forward thinking male and female.



Favorite product: L'oreal Texture Expert - Infinium 4 extreme hold finishing spray, it creates that surfy beach look and it gives you great volume at the root and great texture all around


Some fun questions we asked:
Who you’d like to work in the future: Karlie Kloss
Goals set for yourself: Trying to get a cover of Vogue


Jose Rivera on the inspiration: Very downtown vibe. It’s creating that girl who’s in the cafĂ© the next day after a great night and you’re staring at her because she’s got ridiculously good skin, pink cheeks, a little bit of eye liner left over from the night before and kissable lips.


Products he’s using tonight: Tinted moisturizer from Laura Mercier, Smashbox Halo Hydrating perfecting powder on top of it and in order to get the skin-like finish we spray it with Make Up Forever Mist and Fix. It’s like a toner but better so when it dries, it’s like serum wrap for the skin - it locks the make up in but more importantly it gives you that skin-like texture even though you are covered with powder and moisturizer. For the kissable lips, two colors from YSL – Rouge Volupte in #23 Luscious Pink and #24 Praline Delight – which is also great when you mix the colors together. For the eye, it’s a little unconventional, we line in the inner rim of the eye then run over with a cotton swab for a sexy, slept-in look

Trend in the fall:  wind-blown cheek look, going across the check from the ear to the nose. Around the eyes, a lot of people are doing very delicate undressed lines, and less of perfect cat eye or smoky eye.

{Featured Writer Chrissy Kim - is a business coordinator at Cosmopolitan Magazine and fashion blogger. Prior to joining Cosmo, Chrissy interned at Marie Claire and Siwy Denim, Inc. Follow on her personal blog Needle and Fork. }

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