Though the look was created by makeup artist Pat McGrath, it took over 40 pairs of hands, 12 hours and what we presume to be the patience of a dozen honour-worthy saints to get the girls ready for the runway.
Complimenting designer Richard Tisci's fusion of Japanese and African cultures, Pat weaved tribal and Kabuki theatre references into the masks, using just crystals and a whole load of sequins.
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