How to: OPI Halfsie Matt Mani and Nude Nails from New York FW15

OPI FW 15 Backstage

New York AW FW15 showed some interesting trends for the upcoming season (well, upcoming season in Australia) with a lot of 70’s Bohemian, 90’s grunge, normcore, culottes, cord midi skirts, high neck pullovers, turtleneck sweaters, puffer jackets, structured key pieces such as jackets and wide leg pants, pretty florals and a lot of black.

OPI provided manicures for Charlotte Ronson and BCBG Max Azria Fashion Week 15 shows with very different but gorgeous looks:

OPI halfsie mani

Charlotte Ronson’s collection for New York Fashion Week 15 offered a sweet, youthful collection of a-line skirts, shorts and flowing blouses in delicate shades of soft pink, blue, mint and navy, with flower motifs, spots and sheer silk adding to the whimsical feel of the collection.

Frosted indigo tips paired beautifully with Charlotte Ronson‘s collection of nature-made hues and city-girl sensibility. Models wore a dual finish mani created by Miss Pop Nails: OPI Ink, 1/2 gloss, 1/2 matte.

Below is a video from OPI to show you how to get the look yourself:

There was a strong 70s, bohemian vibe at the BCBG Max Azria FW15 show, with layers that fell away from the body. There were a lot of patchwork pieces mixing leather, quilting, lace and embroidery throughout. The “funnel neck” trend that we would be seeing scattered across most of the runways this season was also prominent.

OPI Nude mani

To go with the bohemian look, Miss Pop Nails paired a nude nail look with BCBGMAXAZRIA‘s fall collection. Of the look, she said, “Samoan Sand with a Matte Top Coat has the look of a warm cashmere sweater”. We couldn’t agree more.

The naked nails look has to be the easiest manicure to pull off and it looks classic and polished:

What do you think of the New York Fashion Week 15 OPI looks? Do you prefer the halfie mani or naked nails?


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