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Street style may be one of the best parts of fashion week, but it takes effort to look this good. Luckily, these models have a personal stylist to curate their outfits.
"I like waking up super early like 8am," Shanina Shaik told us. "I do my morning routine of cleansing and toning. From there, I have a stylist. Her name is Chloé Bartoli. We usually put outfits together for fashion week."
Chloé, who also styles Alessandra Ambrosio and Shay Mitchell, helped the model put this epic look together, complete with a leopard-printed Peter Dundas skirt, white T-shirt and YSL belt.
According to this pro, models change their beauty as often as their clothes.
"Once I'm at the show, I go into hair and makeup," she shared. "I like to bring makeup wipes with me. I like Neutrogena—really simple. [I prefer] the blue packaging. Then, I go home and do my hair and makeup again and head to party and take pictures. It's a really long day, especially when you add a workout in between."
"It's expected that we attend. It does help. It's a place where we can network. I find that I've booked a lot of clients because I met them at events and got to know them on a personal level. They get to see my personality as well. I don't drink a lot, but if I do, I'm a tequila girl. Usually, the parties are more fun towards the end, when everyone can let loose and celebrate."
"I am not so bad actually at doing my own makeup so for more low key events I'll do my own but for something like Harper's Bazaar Icons Party, I would definitely get a makeup artist or a hair artist if I had time," Devon Windsor said. "Sometimes I'm so pressed for time though that I have to keep my glam from the day and I just add a red lip."
In terms of makeup products, the star finds a lot of her favorites at the drugstore:
"I actually love Maybelline, who has this mascara that's yellow with purple writing," she said, referring to the brand's Volum' Express The Colossal Mascara. "Then I love Revlon lipstick shades. They have great lipsticks."
While talented makeup artist await the arrival of models, a flawless complexion is necessary. Thus, models spend ample time taking care of their skin.
"I'm a firm believer in exfoliation because of all the makeup that we get put on our skin," Devon revealed. "Living in New York, there's so much pollution, it's really good to just give your skin a reboot and get off all those dead skin cells. Then, moisture is everything just because my skin gets dried out so much from putting on makeup and pulling it off all day that I love face masks."
"I love watching the shows because I thoroughly enjoy fashion in general. I totally appreciate everything that those models are going through and that they have to get there three hours before and go through glam and all I had to do was show up and sit down and enjoy it so it's just much more of an enjoyable experience when you just get to sit back, relax and kind of take it all in, so I love walking but I definitely don't mind just being able to put my feet up and enjoy."
"A typical NYFW day would start it off with a couple of castings for a show or sittings," Hannah Furguson told us. "Then, there are so many events that take place during fashion week, if I'm not walking in any shows, there's a lot of events, so it's a very long day."
"I generally travel with some protein bars, like right now I travel with Bullet Proof Protein Bars, which is nice because it has collagen in. It's supposed to be good for your skin. I travel with those and then I always have water on me so I usually have a big water bottle I just refill, refill refill and have it everywhere I go."
"You start out fresh and end up like a zombie," she told us. "[By the end,] I'm just ready you know to get home and sleep in my own bed and be with my boyfriend and my dog and be home. It's so hard to be travelling and eating out of restaurants all the time. We really enjoy cooking at home. You just kind of hit a wall and become a zombie and you're ready to get back home."