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Behind the scenes at Temperley London’s S/S’17 show

Our Beauty Editor reports live from backstage at the Temperley London show...

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The Great British Brand, Temperley London showed at London Fashion Week last week, and we were there to take a look at the new  S/S’17 collection and see the action backstage. Go behind the scenes with our beauty expert, Nathalie Eleni to get the look and see our interview with Val Garland.

Nathalie is using Rodial products to achieve the Temperley London S/S’17 look.

Our beauty editor, Nathalie Eleni popped backstage to see the makeup looks being created by Val Garland. The look was focused on seamless perfect skin, and a light smouldering smoky eye; created with Rodial products. Antonio Corral Calero of Moroccan Oil styled the hair with flashes of pink tousled hair to add an unexpected element of fun and festival style.

Nathalie streamed live from backstage at the show on the Country & Town House Facebook page, watch it again below if you missed it.

This elegant and sophisticated make up look complimented the vibrant and fun collection. Alice Temperley is known for her dreamy summer dress, embellished jumpsuits and relaxed tailoring, and this collection has classic examples of them all. The dresses were embroidered with hints of neon, perfect for long summer evenings – especially when teamed with space-age, rimless sunglasses.

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Model, Isabeli Fontana, opened the show, set on a sandy beach inspired circle, with brightly hued columns to offset the collection. The embroidered waistcoats were a standout, perfect draped over tanned skin and dresses alike.

No doubt the collection will be splashed over the Instagram accounts of the beautiful and well travelled crowd in the coming months…

The front row was full of Temperley Muses, from Arizona Muse and Laura Bailey, to Caroline Issa and Pandora Sykes.

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