From Lily Collins' razor-sharp bob to Katy Perry's ultraviolet blue eyes, see all the best hair and makeup moments from the evening dedicated to Comme des Garçons designer Rei Kawakubo.
"Joan's dress is a very simply bodycon style, so we wanted to give the hair a little drama," explained hairstylist Andrew Fitzsimons. "We decided to go for a parted look with a voluminous, wet, and wavy side to complement the fluidity of the dress, and a smooth side with a bunch of randomly placed bobby pins for an avant garde twist, a nod to the Comme Des Garcons aesthetic." Smalls' slicked strands complemented the edginess of her faux piercing lip art perfectly.
Even veiled by her Margiela headpiece, all eyes were on Perry's iridescent makeup look created by Pat McGrath using on the eyes and on the lips.
A stunning homage to Rei Kawakubo, Collins' razor-sharp bob and baby fringe were created by hairstylist Gregory Russell for Suave. "I was inspired by Lily's sculptural Giambattista Valli gown and this year's theme to create a sharp and modern bob with short bangs," he said.
Makeup artist Carola Gonzalez accented the supermodel's slicked back half-up, half down hair with super-pronounced matte black winged liner. The curved flicks extended even beyond the tails of her arches.
Inspired by Hollywood in the '30s, makeup artist Kathy Jeung used Rimmel products to give Ora a dark, blue-red lip to match her Marchesa gown, bold lashes, and glowing highlights on the cheeks.
Kardashian's makeup artist Mario Dedivanovic used Kiehl's and Chanel products to create her clean and fresh makeup look. "I added a little white matte color to her eyes to pop the dress a bit," he explained. "Nothing too edgy. Rei Kawakubo does a lot of clean skin on the runway and I was inspired by that."
Behold RiRi, the queen of draping: The contouring-with-blush technique pioneered by legendary makeup artist Way Bandy. Founder of Melt Cosmetics Lora Arellano created the ultra-rouged look by painting a rich fuchsia along the highs and apples of the cheeks.
In collaboration with makeup artist Lottie, Solange served up a decidedly dreamy look to play off her custom Thom Browne puffer. "The overall feel is a nod to the many different runway looks from Comme Des Garçons over the years," she explains. "Her complexion is fresh and glowy, with a graphic white liner."
Hairstylist Vernon François styled Nyongo's hair into a cool and elegant updo inspired by Nina Simone, while makeup artist Nick Barose played off her tangerine organza Prada gown with technicolor eyeshadow.
"I was inspired by the '80s Commes Des Garçon photos by Paolo Roversi," explained makeup artist Jo Strettell for NARS. "The models had long, slim bodies with black eyes, fresh skin, and nude lips. I immediately thought of this reference when I saw Thandie's Monse dress, which was covered in jewels."
Playing off the bright hues of her Dolce & Gabbana gown, Zendaya sported fluffed-out curls, coral blush, and bright orange lipstick.
For Gigi's look, makeup artist Erin Parsons was informed by the Comme Des Garçons theme, as well as her deconstructed nude Tommy Hilfiger gown with black fishnet stockings. "We dubbed the 'whisper wing and whisper brows'," she explained. "The wing is avante garde, deconstructed, and created with an open and outward motion that is bold and fierce to match the volume of the gown."
The model did not come to play with her slicked baby bangs and Victorian ringlet curls created by hairstylist Ward Stegerhoek, as well as her ghostly complexion with red eyeshadow/exaggerated lash and brow liner by makeup artist Dick Page.
Never one to shy away from a bold look, newly-bald Delevinge painted her head chrome with a spangle of rhinestones, as well as bathed her clavicles and chest in shimmering silver sparkles.