Marissa Webb F/W 2016 Runway Nails

Marissa Webb’s F/W 2016 collection centered around feminine menswear. All of the pieces are simple, yet structured and really could have been worn right off the runway. Think wide-leg trousers, faux fur, and funnel neck jackets. Miss Pop Nails worked with Zoya and has dubbed this nail look “Out of the Box.” The black Zoya polish frames the nail and leaves a strip of negative space in the middle.

Ladylike Nail Art During NYFW

While lots of brands decided to go for an au natural nail down the runway, some opted for a touch of feminine nail art. Little details like a gold stripe down the center of the nail to a hint of glitter accompanied the Fall/Winter designs of brands like Jenny Packham and Delpozo. These nails are so elegant that I would not only wear them walking

Kristen Taekman To Launch Pop of Color Nail Polish Line

Back in September, I talked about how Kristen Taekman of the Real Housewives of NYC was working on a nail polish line. My, how time flies because bottles are chosen, colors are picked, and names are finalized. There are 12 colors in this collection, which will be sold at all Ricky’s NYC stores. And wait ‘til you hear some of the polish names. They all

How-To Recreate Sophie Theallet’s Runway Nails

With Sophie Theallet’s F/W 2015 collection being filled with vibrant prints, jewel tones, and textured fabrics, it only seemed right to have a touch of colorful nail art. The inspiration for the collection was inspired by the gypsy culture. With that in mind, Julie Kandalec for essie created gypsy wheel nail art using two shades: bahama mama (plum purple) and big spender (red/violet cream). Keeping

Carolina Herrera F/W 2015 Runway Nails

Michelle Saunders for essie created two elegant, yet sexy nail looks for the Carolina Herrera F/W 2015 collection. Some models wore forever yummy, while others wore a combination of imported bubbly and allure, which really shined down the runway. Both sets of nails complemented the dove grey palette found throughout the collection. Photos courtesy of Essie              

Models Walk Nude Down The Runway During NYFW

Get your mind out of the gutter! Not really naked–naked, nude nails! From fresh buffed to light beige polishes, the trend on the F/W 2015 runways was bare nails. This fall, when you get discouraged because you forgot to paint your nails for the party that night, just keep the nails below in mind.  Photos Courtesy of Essie and Jin Soon Choi             

Libertine F/W 2015 Runway Nails

  If you know Libertine, you know that the nails are equally as important as the clothes. Picture the exact opposite of a plain nail. CND genius, Jan Arnold, and Johnson Hartig, co-designer of Libertine came up with a set of nails that have chains, sequins, sparkles, and anything else you can think of that shimmers. The inspiration? An Indian goddess who lives in the

Yigal Azouel F/W 2015 Runway Nails

The Yigal Azouel F/W 2015 collection was inspired by the 1900’s Edwardian era. The colors are rich, the fabrics are textured, and the nails are layered. Rita Renark for essie used a base of carry on topped with one coat of solemate. The colors combined create the “ultimate midnight plum” nails. Photos courtesy of Yigal Azouel            

Karen Walker F/W 2015 Runway Nails

Karen Walker’s F/W 2015 collection had a very vintage 1960/1970s feel. Lots of colors and patterns with a strong sapphire hue. Jin Soon Choi created a metallic turquoise nail, Heirloom, to compliment the collection. The makeup also took part in the blue theme, with models rocking a metallic turquoise eye. Models that didn’t have the bright liner, well they were of course wearing iconic Karen

Alexander Wang NYFW F/W 2015 Runway Nails

Alexander Wang is larger than life. I remember going to his first show at NYFW and now you can’t even mention his name without someone going on about his iconic studded bag. For his F/W collection he went with an “army of darkness” theme. Chilling yet luxurious. Michelle Saunders for essie created a ghostly, matte nail that definitely looks army of darkness worthy. Layer on