On a recent Thursday night in December, a trove of downtown artists, models, musicians, and Instagram stars descended on Kellogg’s Diner in Brooklyn to help Pat McGrath transform the original ’70s space into an underground riot of color. Though the thumping beats and neon-fueled dance party that followed were fleeting, the memory certainly isn’t: Now Vogue.com has created a 32-page zine filled with photo-booth snaps, iPhone selfies, sketches, and film stills of McGrath’s makeup club kids, their brightly painted faces captured in exuberant freeze-frame.
There’s Xiao Wen Ju with her bubblegum pink wig and glam metal lashes, and Tavi Gevinson’s sapphire lids popping against the neon-lit booths. A few more pages in, you’ll spot Hailey Baldwin doing her best Courtney Love and The Wolfpack’s Eddie Angulo growling at the camera. As for cover girl Sophia Ahrens? Each black and white photo of her fine-boned face has been customized by McGrath herself, who hand-scribbled a punkish slash of jewel-toned color across Ahrens’s eyes using the pigments in her sold-out Phantom 002 makeup kit.
Only 100 issues of Vogue.com’s zine were printed and numbered. For a chance to win one—along with a pot of McGrath’s sold-out Phantom 002 shadow—click here now. Because Pat’s Diner may be closed for business, but her glittering club kids live on.
Watch Hari Nef, Hailey Baldwin, and more take over a Brooklyn diner with makeup artist Pat McGrath:
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