They rocked bold, Egyptian-style eyeliner and popping colours above and below the eyes.
The rest of the face was minimalistic with barely-there makeup and a nude lip.
Harlow recently opened up on Instagram about feeling accepted now that she’s walking fashion week shows.
She said: “A couple months ago I had to stop and realise all that I’ve accomplished, and it’s A Lot! Like... I really just walked for @THEMARCJACOBS!”
She continued: “I always want to push through more doors and break more boundaries. Not for me, but for future generations who will get to live in the world we create.”
The standout part of her long caption was when Harlow thanked designers “not trying to make it a ‘statement’” by having her in their shows.
It’s true, when creatives adjust the ideals of what is accessibly ‘normal,’ the world is a much more beautifully diverse place.
We can’t wait to see what other looks Harlow will be rocking this season.