Get The Runway Look: Nail Trends From Spring 2015 New York Fashion Week Collections
Sep 14, 2014 05:27 PM EDT
Ready to change up your regualr manicure? These nail trends are some of the easiest ways to achieve it.
Nail art, bold deep shades, and bright metallics were among the most popular ways designer's dressed their models talons up for the runway.
Among our personal faves, Meskita, Ann Yee, The Blonds, Deola Sagoe, and Sophie Theallet created colorful manicures that we can all model after the catwalkers we saw strutting their stuff.
Ann Yee's Spring 2015 presentation featured bold, linear nail designs by Inni Nails. Models showcased crisp cobalt and white striped nail wraps to compliment their two-toned lips.
Yee describes her spring 2015 collection as "a story of textures and architectural lines structured for the effortless chic girl." She custom designed Inni nail wraps for models with this vision in mind. Order your own custom wraps right off the website!
Wanna get serious with the detail? Check out what The Blonds had in store for fingertips! This season, the theme was "Gangsta Genies."
The CND Nail Team is said to have spent over 500 hours creating 20 different sets of tips for each model. Ideas were taken from Indian jewelry, religious symbols, patron saints and, genies. Not exactly easy to mimic, but definitely a source of inspiration!
Ready to go for the gold? The hottest colors of the moment also bring us right through spring with luxe metal metallics. Golds, bronze, silver, and pewter. Meskita was right on trend with the long golden nails and toes in PritiNYC's Chrysanthos.
This polish has the luster of gold bullion! The decadent, pointy nails (feline inspired) accented the girls' gold accessories perfectly.
Just like we forcasted for the fall and new year, bold hues of deep reds and jewlel toned blues showed up on the fingers of models at the Deola Sagoe show.
These nails may be traditional in their lack of art adornment, but the bright saturated shades speak for themselves. Definitely a look we can rip from the runway with ease.
And of course simple always says it best sometimes. Dubbed "sheer genius" by the Daily News, it's clear the nude nail will always have its own place among the timeless and always-in trends.
Using only a small touch of color, the latest from Sophie Theallet served up an updated French manicure, created with a mix of Essie nail polish in Fiji and Turquoise and Caicos. Proof that less is more!
Which types of nails suit you the best? Tell us which runway won you ovr with a note below!