Together with makeup artist Rae Morris, Whitney created modernised beauty looks which she believes will “allow you to be creative with your fashion choices as well”. She explained, “I think we managed to find something for every woman and every mood.”
Even though the outstanding beauty concoctions were the celebration of the night, with a style icon and fashion designer in the room, everyone lifted their game in the wardrobe department too. See the looks from the night, below.
Whitney proved how well makeup can complement your outfit by matching her orange heels with her bold lip. She kept everything else minimal and classic with a woollen v-neck top and matching pencil skirt, plus a slicked-back pony.
Ada stayed on-brand in a hot-pink Carla Zampatti twinset, featuring statement side ruffles on the strapless, structured top. She delivered harsh contrast in the way of classic black heels, painted nails and smoky eyes.
Model Samantha opted for a silver snake-print jumpsuit by Ginger & Smart, which, unfortunately, wasn’t served justice because of the coiffed hair and sandal-like shoes. The styling made this one-shoulder piece look a little dated and washed out, and would’ve benefitted from slicked-back hair and more sophisticated footwear.
We’re not sure if Cassie Howarth got a new stylist or something, but we’d like to give them a call and a massive congratulations for turning this girl’s wardrobe right around. The actress looked stunning in an orange cami tucked into a neon-lace mini skirt, which was perfectly balanced by the black waistband and double-strap heels.