Lepore's models had top and bottom lashes lined with light silver shadow for a decidedly divergent eye. Top off the look with a pair of '60s-esque falsies.
Laroche brought the drama with moody, violet-hued smoky eyes that were equal parts sultry and demure.
The Chanel cat eye took a heavy metal turn, boasting a gold, silver, and black color-blocked flick.
Makeup artist Pat McGrath used three kinds of gold glitter to dab onto the inner corners, as well as the top and bottom lids, for this rock 'n' roll eye.
Peter Phillips kept everything natural, then brought this look to the future with shiny silver eyeliner—in sticker form—pressed on the upper lid.
In keeping with the collection's fairytale aesthetic, Saab opted for a softer take on a metallic silver smoky eye.
Makeup artist Tom Pecheaux offset au naturale skin with a dusting of greenish-good eye shadow for an unexpected pop of shimmer.
The Mulleavy sisters went with a morosely lovely reddish-brown eyeshadow, dusted all the way up the lid and accentuated with brushed-up brows.
Makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury dreamed up a platinum gunmetal smoky eye, adding bright silver shadow to the inner corners for extra punch.
Mastermind beauty pro Peter Phillips amped up a bold cat eye with a speckling of holographic dots all along the lower lid line.