Alice, with her delicate features, reminds me of a cross between 90s Nicole Kidman with a younger, modern day Grace Coddington with that wonderful shock of red hair and quirky style to match! Love her aesthetic approach and find her style observation quote so spot on.
Alice Lane, Makeup Artist
"I wouldn’t want to be trendy, but not being trendy seems to be trendy at the moment."
By Amy Larocca
Published May 13, 2007
(Photo: Jake Chessum)
Do you like being a redhead?
In England, redheads are hated. You’re called “ginger nuts,” and you’re a hated breed. I just saw this film called Hot Fuzz, and at the end, there’s a ginger-nut kid and they threaten to shoot him. But Americans love red hair!
Is that why you moved here?
No! I moved for love. My husband is a New Yorker, and he didn’t want to live in London. But, I mean, when I was a kid, my dad cut my hair and I had a big, Afro, microphone head. And it was red. I could never get a boyfriend. But when I moved here, everyone started saying, “Hey, I love your hair.”
How do you take care of it?
Dye it! We redheads don’t go gray, we go darker brown. So I go to Laurie at OC 61 and go a brighter shade.
How did you get into doing makeup?
I went to art school, and makeup is just painting on people’s faces. I find that I prefer doing people who aren’t used to having their makeup done, as opposed to models who already know they’re gorgeous.
How do you describe your style?
I don’t. I just put on things that I like. I wouldn’t want to be trendy, but not being trendy seems to be trendy at the moment.
Vogue October 2010
"Alice in Wonderland"
^thanks, flyme2themoon! i was thinking about posting that myself :flower:
" Most Wanted " Featuring Alice Lane, Summer 2012 Vogue.com asked models, actresses, and fashion insiders what three items they would pack for a summer vacation.
Jed Root make up artist Alice Lane’s three choices below!
Saltwater sandals, $43
Miu Miu plunge-front swimsuit, $215
Carlo Robelli V805 Select Handmade violin, $1300;
Saltwaters are like the converse chuck taylors of sandals: timeless yet not terribly comfortable but you can't stop wearing them :lol:
J. Crew Fall 2012 Campaign
Makeup artist Alice Lane photographed with J. Crew's Copley saddlebag.
Alice in TeenVOGUE June/July 2011 Contributors Page, wearing her signature jumpsuit ( ph Jason Kibbler ):
Attending a Lancome event in 2008, working as assistant to Aaron de Mey.
" Alice and Walt on ferry " (with her son as shot by husband)
wearing her signature...(Ph Patric Shaw)
I just discovered her thanks to Garnce Doré's blog. She looks amazing and from what I can see her style is killer!
(I have to admit I have a small crush on everyone wearing Vivienne Westwood pirate boots :p )
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