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The collection was meant to represent "outsider society... London as a cradle of creative extremism," in homage to his friend and mentor stylist Judy Blame who died a little more than six months ago. Featuring looks that included printed bodysuits with total face coverings, models with pacifiers that looked as though a giant button had been sewn at their lip closure, and hair completely covered in fishnets, Jazzelle's bandaged beauty look was the biggest highlight.
As Jazzelle walked out in a bright red mini dress and chunky platform moto boots, the entirety of the half of her shaved head was covered in a mosaic of Band-Aids. In varying beige tones — large rectangles and tiny dots alike — it was all the work of makeup artist Val Garland, and something you can easily accomplish with a trip to the local drugstore.
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