It’s official: lacquer has become fashion’s hottest accessory! During the elite Spring 2013 Haute Couture week, manicures took center stage along side the amazing fashion. Some designers chose simple lacquer to enhance their designs, while others went in a bolder direction.
The luxurious Armani Privé collection, filled with bright colors and geometric patterns, was accented by dark plum nails.
Chanel’s dramatic collection featured plenty of feathers, lace and jewels. Models wore Emprise, from the Precieux Printemps du Chanel collection on their fingers and a navy lacquer on their toes.
Any look from the Dior collection is perfectly crafted for a spring garden party. In terms of beauty, jewel-encrusted lips stood out while pale lacquer complemented the pastel color palette.
Jean Paul Gaultier’s wild collection, inspired in part by Gypsies, featured bold red and silver glitter nails, with some models’ feet painted orange and silver.
White lacquer perfectly complemented the beautiful organza and whimsical embroidery in the romantic Valentino collection.
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Paris Fashion Week wrapped up a few days ago, bringing Fashion Month to a close. As the fashion capital of the world, Paris is known for some of the most exciting runway shows of the season. Though we expected to see some unconventional nail art this week, most designers chose minimal manicures.
At Chanel, models wore classic French manicures that complemented the young, fresh collection beautifully. Manicurists used Chanel Le Vernis Ballerina and Eastern Light, which is part of the upcoming Hong Kong collection.
Louis Vuitton also chose French manicures to accent the graphic mod-inspired collection.
The feminine clothes at Valentino were paired with nude lacquer for a more delicate style.
Some designers chose more vibrant polishes this season. Jean Paul Gaultier’s 80s-inspired collection was accented with bright red lips and matching nails.
At Giles, MAC makeup artists matched matte fuchsia lips with hot pink nails, as the designer wanted the beauty looks to resemble makeup done at home.
The safari-inspired looks at Kenzo were complemented with forest green, orange and brown nails.
Now that fashion month is over, we can look forward to fall lacquer collections!
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