Jean Campbell wears a Martine Rose trenchcoat.Edie Campbell wears a Celine by Hedi Slimane jacket; Charvet shirt; classic hat from the Contemporary Wardrobe Collection, London; stylist’s personal scarf and tie.What do Nineteen Seventies and ’80s icons Diana Ross, Annie Lennox, and Jerry Hall have in frequent, in addition to high-octane glamour and attention-grabbing trend decisions? Why, their killer contoured cheekbones and well–documented affairs with blush, after all. It’s no surprise this dynamic trio impressed London-based make-up artist Lynsey Alexander to create a collection of cheeky appears to be like starring Rose Hermès, a brand-new blush assortment from Hermès Beauty.Diva references however, the ensuing pictures are surprisingly down-to-earth. “I wished the look to really feel prefer it’s from a fan’s perspective—type of a youthful DIY method to make-up and shade,” says Alexander, who is aware of a factor or two about idol worship. “Growing up in rural Scotland within the ’80s and ’90s, my brothers and I had Smash Hits covers of Madonna, Sade, and the Eurythmics plastered throughout our partitions.”For a recent tackle ’80s conflict paint, Alexander didn’t restrict the merchandise to their supposed makes use of. In some photographs, blush was layered on cheeks and lids for a contemporary monochromatic impact, and in others, richly pigmented lipstick (additionally by Hermès, bien sûr) served as a stand-in for eye shadow and blush. Instead of utilizing a brush, Alexander utilized lipstick straight from the bullet for immediate protection and an impactful—and barely imperfect—layer of intense shade.Not surprisingly, Hermès’s make-up and brushes are as meticulously crafted as the home’s silk and leather-based items. The new powder blush is embossed to resemble the model’s signature silk twill scarves, and it’s infused with a customized perfume by perfumer Christine Nagel. Hermès’s inventive director of sneakers and jewellery, Pierre Hardy, designed a featherlight, refillable compact to click on shut simply so, in addition to a coordinating goat-hair blush brush with a hand-lacquered deal with that’s pure boudoir sweet. There’s even a sizzling pink limited-edition calfskin “blush purse” for the lady who has completely every thing.“They are stunning objects,” Hardy says. “But there’s a lot you don’t see: the sound, the feel, the burden, the sensation whenever you contact it, the velocity with which you’ll open a high or a lid. All tiny sensations, however they’re crucial. Beauty is an expertise. It doesn’t should be too extreme, or too tough, or an excessive amount of. But it needs to be one thing that pleases you from starting to finish.” Consider us happy. Jean Campbell wears an Hermès jacket; Martine Rose shirt; Lock & Co. Hatters cap.Aboah wears an Hermès bodysuit; classic earrings from Very Vintage.Edie Campbell wears a Miu Miu jacket; stylist’s personal earrings.Jean Campbell wears an Isabel Marant jacket; Uniqlo tank; Village Leathers braces; stylist’s personal earrings.Aboah wears an Hermès jacket; stylist’s personal earrings.Edie Campbell wears an Hermès jacket; Charvet shirt; stylist’s personal earrings and tie.Makeup by Lynsey Alexander at Streeters; hair by Anthony Turner at Streeters; manicure by Lorraine Griffin. Models: Kesewa Aboah, Jean Campbell, and Edie Campbell at DNA Model Management. Casting by Michelle Lee Casting.Produced by Ragi Dholakia at Ragi Dholakia Productions; manufacturing supervisor: Claire Huish; manufacturing coordinator: May Powell; picture assistants: Simon Mackinlay, Matt Healy; retouching: Output London; trend assistant: Hannah Hetherington; hair assistant: Claire Grech; make-up assistants: Phoebe Brown, Zahra Hassani.