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Smooth Classics with Margherita Taylor 10pm - 1am
22 June 2020, 18:00 | Updated: 22 June 2020, 19:39
With a little help from some popular selfie apps, behold: classical music’s glammed-up greats, who have swapped their manuscripts for makeup brushes, and coated the concealer before taking to the concerto. And don’t they look sensational for it?
With blusher like that and lips that pop perfectly with his cravat, there’s no need for that sonata you’re penning to be so solemn, Ludwig.
His first symphony may have taken 21 years to write, but this creation was just a two-minute touch of blusher and lippy in the morning. And what a masterpiece.
With this look, the father of the classical symphony is certainly standing out in the Austro-Hungarian crowd.
With the alpine wind in his hair, a delicate touch of blusher completes Mahler’s uncharacteristically understated profile. When it comes to fashion, he takes his own Lied.
The 19th century’s great composer and virtuoso, ready for a night on the Leipzig town.
A little shading around the eyes, and some lipstick for the perfect Partita pout.
Watch out Venice, the violin virtuoso is also a dab hand with the eye brush. You look incredible, Antonio Vivaldi!
Così GLAM tutte. Doesn’t our Wolfie look fab?