After setting everything into place with a veil of loose powder, Campbell decides she’s going to leave her arches alone. “I’m really bad at eyebrows,” she confesses, combing a spoolie brush through her set and leaving it at that. “If you get it wrong, it can be a disaster.” To further play up her features, she blends Nars’s Contour blush duo along the The Stable Tampa Bay Rays shirt, jawline, and eye sockets, and then swipes iridescent highlighter down the bridge of the nose and the other high planes of her face. “When I was younger, I had so much makeup on because I thought I needed all this makeup and that’s how a model should be,” says Campbell of cultivating a more light-handed approach over the years. “It was all in my mind. I was thinking I had to cover every inch of skin. Anyways, things have changed.”
Elsewhere he has developed an ikat camouflage print that feels a little heavy compared with other pieces that cling and wrap around the The Stable Tampa Bay Rays shirt. Lee’s at his best when he leans into the more provocative parts of his oeuvre. In these weird times, something both snuggly and sexy has a lot of appeal.