Dashing Diva Is No Diva at Fashion Week

Dashing Diva head nail tech Alisha Rimando (right) and her team were hard at work backstage at New York’s Fashion Week. And while some designers opted for variations on the standard nudes, there were also standouts with deep burgundies, fire engine reds, and midnight blackberries.
Here are some of the highlights from their shows:
Jillian Lewis (February 12th)
Manicures: Carrie-d Away, a nude peachy-pink
Pedicures: City That Never Sleeps, an opaque midnight blackberry
Photo by Dashing Diva
Catherine Holstein (February 12th)
Manicures: Mulberry Street, a dark vampy burgundy
Photos by Alexei Nemchenko
Charlotte Ronson (February 13th)
Manicures & Pedicures: Jet-Set, a dark burgundy frost
Photos by Alexei Nemchenko
Lorick (February 13th)
Manicures: Central Park After Dark, a crème plum noir
Photos by Alexei Nemchenko
Andy & Debb (February 14th)
Manicures: East Village, a shimmering milk chocolate.
Photos by Denis Gostev
Erin Fetherston (February 15th)
Manicures: Jet-Set, a dark burgundy frost
Photos by Michael Lee
Akiko Ogawa (February 15th)
Manicures: Alisha Rimando created a chic French with a light pink base and faded pink tip using Headliner, Dashing Diva, Cosmopolitan, and Debutante.
Photos by Alexei Nemchenko
Tony Cohen (February 16th)
Manicures: Cosmopolitan, a clear nude pomegranate
Tahari (February 16th)
Manicures: Fashion Week, a flesh-toned sheer nude shade
Photos by Denis Gostev
Trovata (February 17th)
Manicures: Alisha Rimando created a nude French combination with a dark tip using West Village, She E.O. and Limo Service polishes.
Diane Von Furstenberg for American Express (February 18th)
Manicures: Cosmopolitan, a clear nude pomegranate
Isaac Mizrahi (February 19th)
Pedicures: The Red Carpet, a hot fire engine red
Photos by Alexei Nemchenko
Rad Hourani (February 20th)
Manicures: Live Nude Girls, a nude-flesh tone
Photos by Alexei Nemchenko

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