Whether it’s bold nail art or simple nude, there isn’t a talon that heads down the runway untouched. Backstage at New York Fashion Week, top celebrity nail artists are busy starting trends and breaking the manicure mold. These snapshots capture the season’s hottest manicure looks that we can’t wait to try out at home (including some wild nail art!). Get ready for stripes, ombré, graphics, and plenty of chic metallics!

NAIL TRENDS FROM SPRING 2015 FASHION WEEK

Bold coral negative-space half-moon manicures created using Essie Tart Deco ($9) complemented the colorful collection at Delpozo.
NAIL TRENDS FROM SPRING 2015 FASHION WEEK

The clean white manicure with a single gold strip (created by manicurist Gina Edwards for Kiss and Broadway Nails) contrasted the ladylike collection at Erin Fetherston.

 

The embellished 3D manicures at Betsey Johnson put an over-the-top spin on bridal nails.

The cuticle-only style was created by Sally Hansen manicurist Tracylee by painting the entire nail and removing the polish.
NAIL TRENDS FROM SPRING 2015 FASHION WEEK
At Zang Toi, models sported a nontraditional french manicure that featured deep purple and light lavender.
At Lela Rose, Katie Jane Hughes created a nude nail using a Butter London nude base and completed the look with a diamond embellishment.
NAIL TRENDS FROM SPRING 2015 FASHION WEEK
The pale blue and white gradient manicure created by Julie Kandalec for Essie is meant to evoke the way seawater washes on the shore.
NAIL TRENDS FROM SPRING 2015 FASHION WEEK
At Carolina Herrera, the models sported classic beauty looks that included romantic red nails created by Michelle Saunders using Essie A List ($9).
NAIL TRENDS FROM SPRING 2015 FASHION WEEK
In honor of designer Carmen Marc Valvo‘s silver anniversary, Gina Edwards created an edgy silver and black manicure using Morgan Taylor nail polish.
At Kate Spade New York, models sported simple nail art created by Deborah LippmannAmazing Grace ($18), a creamy white, served as the base and was topped with a line of Fade to Black ($18) applied with a striping brush.
NAIL TRENDS FROM SPRING 2015 FASHION WEEK
Source: Deborah Lippmann
A model showed off a metallic, graphic negative-space look, created by using Zoya Ziv ($9) before the show.
NAIL TRENDS FROM SPRING 2015 FASHION WEEK
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