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It was at the beginning of lockdown that Jessica Wu first began her #JWuDoesRunway series, in which she re-creates iconic makeup looks from the catwalk archive—think Chanel fall 2012’s sequined eyebrows or Valentino’s spring 2019 couture pastel painted face flowers—down to every last dizzying detail. “Makeup is a way for me to flex my creative muscles and have fun,” explains Wu, a model, stylist, producer, and press director of Peter Do. “But for me as an amateur, it also involves a lot of problem-solving and trial and error. I love the tension between precision and imperfection that makeup allows, especially since I personally don’t think there are hard-line rules.”
While Wu has always been passionate about doing her own makeup, she was inspired to take it to the next level last spring after deep cleaning her home and coming across an old box of prop-styling materials, including rhinestones, sequins, and glitter. “I immediately thought of all the iconic runway makeup that accumulated in my memory since I first fell in love with fashion shows in middle school,” she says. Growing up the daughter of two Taiwanese immigrants in Newport Beach, California, Wu spent many of her formative years devouring fashion shows, and in turn the editorial beauty looks created by the likes of legendary pros Pat McGrath and Peter Philips. “On the runways, it’s always interesting to see how makeup is used to complement, enhance, and at times even distract from the clothing,” explains Wu. “I just love the sheer range of runway beauty—it can be anything from barefaced, dewy ‘no makeup makeup’ to the most intricate time-intensive creation to just about everything in between.” In April, Wu introduced her first #JWuDoesRunway look: a soft sweep of lilac shadow across the eyes with crystal teardrops along the cheeks, inspired by Jean Paul Gaultier’s spring 2007 couture show.
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