Our Favorite Nails from Fashion Month
It comes as no surprise that this Fashion Month yielded some pretty awesome nails. From pretty ombré to trippy psychedelic swirls, we rounded up the freshest manis to walk the runways for fall—or for right now, because there's no way we're waiting until September.
From far away the polish at Rachel Antonoff's looks like pearlized navy, but up close the marbled mix of blue, purple and sparkles is downright celestial.
For her stateside debut this New York Fashion Week, Calla Haynes masterfully matched models' nails to her delicately printed frocks for some of the coolest, subtlest nail art we've seen all year.
For fall, Chanel served up the perfect nude—understated, elegant, and universally flattering. Fittingly enough, the shade's called "Frenzy".
The ombre terra-cotta colored nails at Christian Cota are as earthy as his south-of-the-border inspired collection of printed sweaters, vests and ponchos.
At Ferragamo, red and black come together to make an elegant mahogany that looks just as supple as the collection's amazing leather satchels.
Like Kate Spade's cheeky, Parisian-inspired presentation, the polka-dotted manis were equal parts sweet and sophisticated.
The Mystery-Machine manicures at Nicole Miller were even groovier than her psychedelic-printed frocks—it's like Spin Art for your nails— in a good way.
The glittery biker chick nails at The Blonds have got us seriously considering lethally long, Gaga-worthy talons.
At Badgley Mischka, queen of glam Deborah Lippmann gives the basic half-moon manicure a gilded makeover.
We love the ultra-glossy ruby red nails at Marchesa. The shade looks amazing on every skin tone and it's versatile enough to wear year-round.
The dusty-looking, shimmery nails at Rodarte are like a desert sunset—the perfect compliment to the Mulleavy sisters' Australian Outback-inspired collection.
Just when we thought we'd seen every kind of reverse French manicure under the sun, Donna Karan shakes it up in elegant nude and maroon.
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