NZFW ’18: Recreate MAC’s 70s Glamour Punk Realness from Stolen Girlfriend’s Club


Backstage before the Stolen Girlfriend’s Club NZFW show last night, I watched as models chowed down on pizza slices (no actually) while MAC makeup artists served up Disco Glamour Meets 70s Punk Rock Angel realness.

The inspo given to MAC Senior Artist Kiekie Stanners was, “She hangs out in the 70s New York punk scene, but she moonlights at Studio 54 later on in the evenings too. She is part DIY punk, part disco glamour.”

This is how they did it…



Hyper Real Foundation (a liquid highlighter) in the shade Violet FX was mixed with Strobe Cream in Goldlite to create a glow under Waterweight Foundation. Violet FX was also used to highlight the cheekbones and bodies.


Powerpoint Eye Pencil in Prussian used as a base eyeliner with Naval Blue Pigment pressed over the top to create a frosted navy look. The eyes were finished with a black Chromographic Pencil to smoke it out.


Lips were lined with Stripdown Lip Pencil for a creamy brown outline, and filled in with Fleshpot Satin Lipstick.

Imagery by Karen Ishiguro for MAC Cosmetics