NYFW Get the Look: Beachy Glamour at Jill Stuart by James Pecis
Designer Jill Stuart described the inspiration behind her Spring/Summer 2015 collection as "Jerry Hall on a beach at night - half sandy, half glam." To complement the overall look, celebrity stylist James Pecis for Moroccanoil created sexy, luxe, Jerry Hall-like waves with a fresh, youthful twist - evoking the idea of unleashing your inner animal.Get the Look:1. Starting with damp hair, create a deep center part. For all-over volume, apply Moroccanoil Root Boost from root-to-tip of damp strands.

NYFW Get the Look: Feminine Styles at Zero + Maria Cornejo by James Pecis
Using inspiration from Maria Cornejo’s youth, Celebrity Hairstylist James Pecis, created a feminine look with big lace and lightweight fabrics to showcase the strong textures and shapes at the Zero + Maria Cornejo Spring/Summer 2015 presentation at New York Fashion Week.Get the Look:1. Prep: Section by section, spray PHYTO PROFESSIONAL WORKABLE HOLDING SPRAY from roots to ends and blow dry with T3 FEATHERWEIGHT LUXE 2I DRYER. The goal is to “over-dry” the hair for a fluffy, almost static-electricity texture. 

NYFW Get the Look: Fun, Edgy Styles at Tim Coppens by Yannick d’Is
When asked about the inspiration behind the hair for Tim Coppen’s Spring/Summer 2015 show, lead hairstylist Yannick d’Is for Oribe Hair Care replied, “What we’re trying to communicate is a feeling.”

Create Chloe Grace Moretz's Effortless Up-Do
Celebrity hairstylist Gregory Russell recently worked with Chloe Grace Moretz for the premiere of The Equalizer at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday, September 7th. Russell created a soft, romantic up-do style for the star, stating, "We wanted to create an effortless, modern up-do to accommodate the structured Dior dress." Below, he shares how he created the look.

NYFW Get the Look: Rough, Unfinished Texture at Eckhaus Latta by Ramona Eschbach
Mike Eckhaus and Zoe Latta, the talented young designers behind brand-on-the-rise Eckhaus Latta, avoided referencing any concrete concepts for their Spring/Summer 2015 collection. The design duo focused on textiles treated with rust and interesting cuts that fused creativity with wearability.

NYFW Get the Look: Textured Faux Bobs at David Tlale by Ursula Stephen
South African designer David Tlale presented his Spring/Summer 2015 collection at Lincoln Center during New York Fashion Week on Sunday, September 7th. The collection was a clear expression of a woman’s strength through elegant yet powerful femininity. “This collection is about giving women back their power and equipping them with a strong and confident sense of allure, without losing their essence and femininity,” said David.

To complement the designer's new collection, manicurist Jin Soon created a polished, understated look for the Derek Lam Spring/Summer 2015 show. The overall look was polished, simple and fresh, pairing perfectly with Derek Lam's modern sensibility.

NYFW Get the Look: Runway Mani Report with Morgan Taylor
At this year's New York Fashion Week, Morgan Taylor went backstage at several shows to create gorgeous nail looks, focusing on the season's hottest trends, including dual-finish matte & glossy nails, translucent tints, and understated looks. See the looks from the Chris Gelinas, Sally LaPointe, Carmen Marc Valvo, and Monique Lhuilier runways below.CG Chris Gelinas, Nails by Gina Edwards

NYFW Get the Look: Cage Herringbone Braids at SUNO by Odile Gilbert
To complement the SUNO Spring/Summer 2015 collection at New York Fashion Week, hairstylist Odile Gilbert for Kérastase Paris created intricate, cage herringbone braids. The glossy styles were the perfect accent to the new collection.

NYFW Get the Look: Mod Barbie at JEROME by Albert Luiz
Designer Jérôme LaMaar presented the 5:31 JÉRÔME Spring/Summer 2015 Collection with hair by CHI Hair Care at New York Fashion Week. As a trend forecaster for over 7 years, Jérôme is focused on building 5:31 JÉRÔME into a wearable, intelligent and sexy collection. CHI’s lead hairstylist Albert Luiz created a “Perfect Mod Barbie" feel, creating a classic look with more wave and flip to emphasize confidence. Said Luiz, “Clients today no longer want the stick straight hair. Instead they want waves, bent ends or styles with a bump to the bottom.

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