Pat McGrath is one of the most iconic makeup artists in the game. Not only is she talent behind some of the most artistic makeup moments of all time, A-listers — including everyone from Naomi Campbell to Kim Kardashian— are also mega-fans of Mother McGrath’s work. Now, she has her own namesake line of cosmetics and the visuals she shares on social media, alone, are enough to have you hooked and begging for more.
Barbie by Pat McGrath I, created using Swarovski crystals. On top of leading makeup teams backstage in New York, Milan, and Paris and hosting an afternoon of makeup applications in the Jardin de Tuileries to debut her first product, Gold 001, she’s also teaming up with Barbie to create four exclusive beauty looks inspired by the runway. A Swarovski crystal adorned cat eye and cool purple lip on a brunette Barbie. The look is reminiscent of the many bejeweled looks she’s created for the runway over the years, from sparkly lids at the spring 2013 Dior show to the jewel-encrusted faces she just sent down the runway at the spring 2016 Givenchy show. Another runway inspired look for Barbie created by Pat McGrath.
Today was a good day to be in Paris. For the first day of Paris Fashion Week, makeup artist Pat McGrath and her assistants partnered with Vogue to set up shop in the Jardin de Tuileries to apply her signature Gold 001 makeup to everyone from Bella Hadid to Kris Jenner. It’s the same makeup we loved from the Prada show in Milan and her editorial with Kim Kardashian-West for Violet Grey. Gold 001 is also the first product McGrath will be releasing from Pat McGrath Labs, a venture she announced on her new website on Wednesday. Models and local Parisians took advantage of the moment to score some face time with the legendary makeup artist (and have their photo snapped by the one and only Patrick Demarchelier). Click through for a healthy does of beauty inspiration. Related:Go for Gold: The Hottest Accent on the Spring 2016 RunwaysThe Genius of Pat McGrathCoverGirl Launching ‘Star Wars’ Makeup Collection with Pat McGrath