Makeup at Michael Kors Fall 2011. Photo: Lisa Schweitzer for AOL StyleList

MAKEUP: Dick Page for Shiseido
HAIR: Orlando Pita for T3
SNAPSHOT: '90s Classics

THE SCOOP: Michael Kors' Fall 2011 collection references his 30-year history in fashion, with elements of glamour, classic silhouettes and luxe silks, furs and flannel. Backstage was jam-packed with iconic models, including Karolina Kurkova, Angela Lindvall, Carmen Kass and Frankie Rayder. We have to admit, we were awestruck.

"Since there's a bit of everything -- austere, luxe, neutral, etc. -- the girls really need to look clean, pretty and minimal," Dick Page, lead makeup artist for Shiseido told StyleList.

"The hair is a little bit '90s, when it was cool not to have really 'done' hair and makeup. We did a loosely tied twist with a few bits sticking out here and there -- it's relaxed," explained Orlando Pita, lead hair stylist for the show.

GET THE LOOK - MAKEUP: All products by Shiseido. Page groomed the brows minimally, only filling them in where needed, but gave the lids a dose of a new bronzey taupe cream shadow in Sable that's launching in the fall. There was a little mascara and a hint of Medium Bronzer, followed by sheer peach-beige Perfect Rouge in Beige BE310.

Hair at Michael Kors Fall 2011. Photos: Lisa Schweitzer for AOL StyleList

GET THE LOOK - HAIR: Pita scraped Nakano dry hair wax (from Japan) through the hair with his hands, before twisting it into an imperfect knot and pinning it. He also used T3 Control Hairspray to keep everything together, but pulled lots of stray pieces out.

If you want to see more of Kors backstage, check out this partner video with makeup artist Dick Page below: