What a week! New York Fashion Week came to a close yesterday, but the glamorous beauty looks showcased on the runways have us inspired for months to come. Manicures at Libertine and Betsey Johnson got decked out in major sparkle — lead manicurist Katie Jane Hughes decorated the digits of the Libertine models with holographic foils, crystals, and even pom-poms, while Betsey Johnson’s girls took the runway in a pink-tipped pewter manicure. We were also obsessed with the makeup at Marc Jacobs and Anna Sui, both of which were gorgeous, simple, and radiant. After interviewing makeup artists and hairstylists backstage at the hottest Fashion Week shows, we rounded up all of the best hair, makeup, and nail moments that already have us eager for spring. Click the photo to see each look now!
New York Fashion Week is in full swing, and designers are nailing it on the runway with cool and creative manicures. “Nail art is wild! I love it because now everyone knows how exciting it is to be a manicurist,” Essie’s lead manicurist Michelle Saunders told us backstage at 3.1 Phillip Lim.”When you get a trend like nail art, it becomes a staple and a look. It may fade a little bit, but nails are a new—and permanent—accessory.” The 3D accents seen at Kate Spade and Libertine allowed the designers to bring a jewelry-like element to each model’s fingertips, and many other labels lacquered up in fun patterns. Click through the gallery to see more of the best nail art moments we’ve spotted on the runway so far.
Aldo added some new talent to its Aldo Rise collaboration platform—Mark Fast, Preen, JW Anderson and Libertine! Each designer created a capsule collection of high-fashion footwear under $200, and the styles are available online starting today. From whip-stiched stilettos to sculptural block heels and cut-out pumps, see all the chic spring shoes in the gallery. And head to aldoshoes.com to snag a pair for yourself!
To celebrate five years of fabulous low-price looks from famous designers, Target presents Go International Designer Collective, a reissuing of the company’s highly-coveted pieces since the project’s inception. Target will re-release 34 looks from 17 of the project’s past designer collaborators—including Cindy Greene and Johnson Hartig of Libertine, who created this striped dress worn by Kate Bosworth, as well as Proenza Schouler, Rodarte, and Zac Posen. All 34 dresses are priced under $50 and will be available March 13th on Target.com or in stores until April 10th. Click through the gallery to see all 34 dresses part of Target’s Go International Designer Collective.