Models at New York Fashion Week are not only going through tons of outfit changes, but also many makeup applications. With so many products being applied to their faces, it's important to take care of the skin, especially since the freezing weather in New York does not help. Dr. Jart+ was backstage at Richard Chai and Opening Ceremony to help keep the models' skin looking fresh and beautiful.
Sophie Theallet’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection was filled with glamorous prints and textured fabrics heavily influenced by the gypsy culture. Paying homage to the inspiration, Julie Kandalec for essie created symbolic gypsy wheel nail art using shades bahama mama and big spender.
Nathan Rosenkranz for Alterna Haircare created a hair look that complemented the Ammerman Schlösberg AW 2015 collection's theme of "Furry Hospital," which embodied a dark, gothic feeling. Rosenkranz created a 90s punk-inspired ponytail look featuring undone dreads and texture to play off the theme and add a bit of edge.Get the Look:1. Prep the hair with Alterna Haircare CAVIAR Perfect Texture Finishing Spray to create a base of very textured hair.
To complement the AW 2015 collection by Milly at New York Fashion Week, Recine for Beauty.com used PHYTO products to create soft, textured blowouts.Get the Look (Hair):1. Work PHYTO PROFESSIONAL Intense Volume Mousse and Phytolaque Soie Hairspray into dry hair.2. Blow-dry using fingers to keep the hair textured.3. Finish with PHYTO 7 Hydrating day cream for additional texture.
Lead Technician for Nails Inc., Sophie Marques, created a nail look to complement the Alice + Olivia AW 2015 presentation at New York Fashion Week. The collection was very opulent, and embellished with a 70’s rock chick vibe, so Marques created a rich, dark nail with touches of gold.Get the Look:1. Remove all traces of polish with the Nails Inc. Express nail polish remover and prep nails and cuticle with Vitamin e cuticle oil pen.
Inspired by the romantic feel of the Adirondack Great Camps in the 19th century, Veronica Beard’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection included classic silhouettes with rustic accents. To complement the earth tone palette, Rita Remark for essie created a mahogany red nail look by layering two coats of shearling darling.
To complement Brock’s Fall/Winter 2015 collection, Rita Remark for essie created a fresh, dewy nail look by layering limo-scene over ridge filling base coat. The sheer white-pink hue added contrast against the rich colored garments.
Get the Look:1. Apply ridge filling base coat to clean, filed nails.2. Next, apply one coat of limo-scene.3. Finish with good to go top coat.[Images courtesy of BPCM PR]
The hair look at Zoe Jordan's F/W 2015 presentation at New York Fashion Week was inspired by rock and roll, and an effort to capture an urban landscape. Lead hairstylist for Macadamia Professional, Giannandrea, created an edgy, un-done style that perfectly complemented the collection.
Isa Arfen's Fall/Winter 2015 line is all about beauty and wear ability coupled with a modern, utilitarian feel using traditional fabrics while Zoe Jordan’s look is accessible contemporary with a tomboyish, sporty element. Macadamia Professional’s International Creative Director, and lead stylist for the show, Giannandrea, created a hair look that was inspired by "90's, next-day, model hair" - effortlessly chic, low ponytails.
Sunday, February 15, had to be the coldest day of New York Fashion Week thus far, with numbing temperatures below zero. But the Deep Freeze didn't keep devotees of Modello GIULIETTA New York, which included influential J. Crew President and Chief Creative Director Jenna Lyons and actress Tessa Thompson, from taking their perches on the pristine white benches at RUNWAY POP 14.