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Culture - Global Heroes - Charlie Barker
20-year-old British socal media phenom Charlie Barker boasts over half a million followers on Instagram, creating a visual splash by pairing her love of horror with all things bold and bright. Did we mention she lives on a boat? Go inside her technicolour adventure in our new Global Heroes chat, HERE on M·A·C Culture!
Culture - My Beauty - DEV
MY BEAUTY: Known for twerk-irific hits like “Bass Down Low” and “Like a G6,” Dev is a sonic and style fixture in clubs all over. But when she’s not shaking up dance-floors, she’s a badass mama with enough DIY design and beauty hacks to start an Etsy revolution. “I like to have fun and try to be as festive as I can at all times, every day,” she says. Get on her level! Go inside Dev’s world of My Beauty HERE, only on M·A·C Culture.
Culture - Made for Fashion - Hannah Weiland
Hannah Weiland, the cool girl London designer behind fast-rising label Shrimps, is known for her colourful, animal-friendly faux fur coats and whimsical, feminine creations. With the help of a few stylish friends and Senior Artists, she threw the ultimate Halloween getting-ready party and took us inside the fun. In this M·A·C Made For Fashion interview, she dishes on her favourite Pokémon, fur-free fashion, her scariest waking nightmare and the makeup she’d rather die than go without!
Culture - Scene Stealers - Nina McNeely
SCENE STEALERS: Visual director and choreographer Nina McNeely conjures her strange magic for film and in mesmerizing music videos for countless artists, including Rihanna and Tove Lo. From her secret devotion to onions to her Maurice Sendak expertise, get schooled on all things Nina in our infamous M·A·C Scene Stealers Q+A – read it HERE now, only on M·A·C Culture!
Culture - Made for Fashion - Henry Holland & Cher Webb
MADE FOR FASHION. It’s hard to believe it’s been ten years since we first saw a crop-haired Agyness Deyn scampering around in tops that shouted “UHU GARETH PUGH” and “CAUSE ME PAIN HEDI SLIMANE” at anyone who would listen. Now, catch up on a decade of wittily subversive label House of Holland, with designer Henry Holland in conversation with regular collaborator and Senior Artist Cher Webb, here on M·A·C Culture!
Culture - Global Heroes - FEMM
GLOBAL HEROES: The robots are coming! FEMM are mannequins on a mission as the world’s first living doll pop group. Stylish and magnetic, they are a sci-fi fantasy come to life, taking the fashion and music worlds by storm. In this wild new edition of Global Heroes, we get to the bottom of Japan’s biggest pop mystery — read it now!
Culture - Made for Fashion - An Vandervorst + Inge Grognard
M·A·C MADE FOR FASHION: AF Vandevorst designers An Vandevorst and Filip Arickx present a raw originality in everything they do. For their new SS17 film, “Scapular Wings,” makeup iconoclast Inge Grogrand delivered a minimal beauty look as bold as the fashion itself! Here, An and Inge delve into why their long-running creative partnership works so well. Read it now and watch their film, only on M·A·C Culture!
Culture - 8 Reasons We Love - Kim & The Created
8 REASONS WHY WE LOVE: Kim & The Created is the brainchild of the statuesque Kim House, a woman keeping alive the long-known Los Angeles tradition of strong women in punk. From bedroom project to dynamic live act with a wild aesthetic and sound all her own, we can’t get enough of this powerhouse woman! Here’s 8 reasons why we love her, not the least of which is her ingenious way of applying mascara! Read it now, only on M·A·C Culture!
Culture - Made for Fashion - Gareth Pugh Opera 2
MADE FOR FASHION: Part 2 of our story about how Gareth Pugh and Val Garland brought to life an opera in Paris and his SS17 collection in London…in 24 hours! Find out more about how Val created the makeup looks for both the opera and the fashion show… only on MAC Culture!
Culture - Made for Fashion - Gareth Pugh Opera 1
Colour-coded banquets, orgies, decadent street parties… enter the twisted world of the Gareth Pugh-designed opera about a debauched Roman emperor! “There's a considerable degree of sadism and narcissism here,” explains the British fashion designer, who worked with makeup artist Val Garland. “I wanted to explore the idea that power can come through creating fear, and for the audience to sense that from the way these performers appear on stage.” More on maccosmetics.com/culture!
Culture - My Beauty - Reign Apiim
MY BEAUTY: “It’s not just about the makeup or hair or clothes, it’s about self-evaluation and self-discovery. Nurture yourself, and only then will you come into your true style.” Jewellery designer and artist Reign Apiim breaks down her unique approach to street style and beauty, only on M·A·C Culture… see more of her HERE!
Culture - Culture of M·A·C - Suzette Quintanilla
Sister of the legendary Latina singer Selena, Suzette Quintanilla reflects on her extraordinary life and career, and how her fans demanded a special M·A·C collaboration in this exclusive interview! Read it now, only on M·A·C Culture.
Culture - MAC Tracks - Style Beat
MAC TRACKS: Celebrate the cult and culture of fashion with the latest M·A·C Tracks playlist, STYLE BEAT, selected by DJ-in-demand Chelsea Leyland! Head over to M·A·C Culture and HIT PLAY to dive into a genre-hopping playlist sure to set fire to any stylish scene.
Culture - Movie Makeup - Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children
“Many of the characters in the film have some kind of magical power, so I wanted to reflect this in their appearance.” — Makeup artist Paul Gooch on creating the fantastical looks for Tim Burton’s Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. Find out more in the exclusive #MACMovieMakeup interview now, only on maccosmetics.com/culture!
Culture - Global Heroes - Daddoa
“Previously, foreign viewers watched Korean makeup videos because they were interested in K-pop and boy/girl bands. Now K-beauty is becoming known around the world!”– Beauty blogger Daddoa on how she became Korea’s ultimate ambassador of teen beauty, on the new #MACGlobalHeroes! Read it now, only at maccosmetics.com/culture!