But even though Cara flew from the ceiling Mary Poppins style and the clothes were as brilliant as ever, it's the makeup we're obsessed with.
Putting a grown-up spin on the pink makeup trend, MUA Wendy Rowe used matte textures and dusky shades, to reintroduce the Burberry Bloomsbury girl, first seen at London Fashion Week AW14.
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Wendy used a wash of damson and aubergine eyeshadow on the eyelids, blended for a sultry take on pink eye makeup.
To emphasise the eyes, Wendy then softly blended a rose pink shadow under the lower lashes, to give more shape and definition.
Experimenting with the new trend for skipping mascara, models' eyelashes were left bare, while eyebrows were groomed for a natural rather than statement look.
To recreate the natural looking lips, buff a soft pink shade into your lips with a finger, for just a hint of colour and definition. If you need to use lip liner, use a natural shade that matches well.
Rather than creating dewy skin, Wendy used a foundation with a satin-matte finish, adding a swirl of soft blush over cheekbones for a fresh glow.
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