Chanel’s Lucia Pica has worked with the supers
Chanel's new appointment will turn us all into supermodels (one can always hope)
Here’s what we know: Lucia Pica, Chanel’s new global creative make-up and colour designer is 38 years old. And she officially takes office on January 1. But she’s no stranger to heavyweight labels.
A former assistant to Charlotte Tilbury, Pica started out at Pop Magazine back in 2008, and then worked backstage to create runway looks.
The Italian make-up artist has worked on numerous shows for House of Holland – and continues to do so every season. She’s also done campaigns for brands like Louis Vuitton, Elie Saab, Giorgio Armani, Ice Berg and more.
She cut her teeth working on editorials. She’s worked her magic on many supers: Jourdan Dunn, Gisele Bundchen, Natalia Vodianova and Georgia May Jagger. So basically this means we’re going to look a lot like them as soon as we start employing the army of products she creates for us. Right?
Flip through the gallery to see the coolest looks she’s created for the supermodels.