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Backstage at Vera Wang: A Moment of Calm Before the Runway

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“The beauty look for the Vera Wang Fall 2011 show was inspired by the grace, romance and effortless style of iconic American women during the 20s and 30s, especially as exemplified by the English aristocracy” says Lucia Pieroni, Color Creator for Clé de Peau Beauté. “The Duchess of Windsor, Lady Emerald Cunard and Viscountess Thelma Furness all embraced and embodied a classic American spirit informed by British style at its most glamorous. I’ve captured that feeling, with little added edge and mystery.”
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