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Back to the 1950s: Tough glamour

Curated Inspiration

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INSPIRATION: Marlon Brando and Mary Murphy in the 1953 film
“The Wild Ones”

Those wanting to toughen up their look can take inspiration from the rebellious attitude that characterized the beauty aesthetic of the  ’50s: black eyeliner, defined eyebrows, pronounced cheekbones and pink lips.

And with unconventional standout pieces such as a pair of Louboutin studded platforms, Narra’s skull bracelet and Givenchy’s bright-yellow envelope clutch, biker chic has never been so accessible.


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