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By Yelena Moroz


The Zang Toi show started with models or snow bunnies (ahem, vixens) strutting down the runway in luxurious fur lined jackets paired with black stovepipe pants. Dubbed ‘The American Collection,’ the House of Toi created garments that make log cabins glamorous. Plaids, furs, and velvet create a combination suited for a woman who resonates sophistication, even in the mountains.


Rudy Miles lead his team in creating a stoic look. Using Aveda products, the make up artists applied very matted foundation to ensure the crimson lips are the focal point. Eyes looked minimal with subtle black eyeliner and mascara. Blush was not used at all.


To create the spherical buns, stylists from the Eiji Salon took styrofoam balls as structures for hair extensions, which are then pinned low. Combined with a sleek, pulled back look in the front, the spheres fashion a futuristic look.

Originally published February 2008
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