<p class="TDP">A blend of <strong>China Glaze</strong> Call of the Wild and Heart of Africa was selected for the manicures at the Tadashi Shoji show to accentuate the bold red lips and elaborate, romantic gowns for which the designer is known. <em>Photography by </em><em>Matthew Carasella</em></p>

A blend of China Glaze Call of the Wild and Heart of Africa was selected for the manicures at the Tadashi Shoji show to accentuate the bold red lips and elaborate, romantic gowns for which the designer is known. Photography by Matthew Carasella

<p>At Nicole Miller, <strong>CND</strong>&rsquo;s Wanda Ruiz created hypnotic swirls of&nbsp; Plumville, Electric Orange, Bicycle Yellow, and Anchor Blue, a look that can be replicated with a toothpick (or a detailing brush) and some patience. <em>Photography courtesy of CND</em></p>

At Nicole Miller, CND’s Wanda Ruiz created hypnotic swirls of  Plumville, Electric Orange, Bicycle Yellow, and Anchor Blue, a look that can be replicated with a toothpick (or a detailing brush) and some patience. Photography courtesy of CND

<p class="TDP">At The Blonds, <strong>CND</strong>&rsquo;s Kristina Estabrooks and her team spent 130 hours hand detailing biker babe manicures, including crystals, glitter, leather, Phillipe Blond faces, crushed glass shards, and acid-washed denim designed nails. <em>Photography courtesy of CND</em></p>

At The Blonds, CND’s Kristina Estabrooks and her team spent 130 hours hand detailing biker babe manicures, including crystals, glitter, leather, Phillipe Blond faces, crushed glass shards, and acid-washed denim designed nails. Photography courtesy of CND

<p>At Christian Cota,&nbsp;Candice Manacchio created an ombr&eacute; effect with <strong>CND</strong> Colour in Chocolate Milk&nbsp;and Putty, which can be done at the salon by using a makeup sponge to apply&nbsp;Chocolate Milk&nbsp;from the cuticle to halfway down the nail, then adding Putty from half way to nail end and finishing with CND Super Matte Top Coat&nbsp;to combine the two colors while still wet.&nbsp;<em>Photography courtesy of CND</em></p>

At Christian Cota, Candice Manacchio created an ombré effect with CND Colour in Chocolate Milk and Putty, which can be done at the salon by using a makeup sponge to apply Chocolate Milk from the cuticle to halfway down the nail, then adding Putty from half way to nail end and finishing with CND Super Matte Top Coat to combine the two colors while still wet. Photography courtesy of CND

<p class="TDP">To accessorize Alexandre Herchcovitch&rsquo;s opulent collection, <strong>CND</strong>&rsquo;s Wanda Ruiz polished nails in Gold Chrome topped with Air Dry Top Coat, which was coupled with gold eye shadow and metallic pieces on the runway amidst earthy neutrals, dusty rose, and flesh tones. <em>Photography courtesy of CND</em></p>

To accessorize Alexandre Herchcovitch’s opulent collection, CND’s Wanda Ruiz polished nails in Gold Chrome topped with Air Dry Top Coat, which was coupled with gold eye shadow and metallic pieces on the runway amidst earthy neutrals, dusty rose, and flesh tones. Photography courtesy of CND

<p class="TDP">At&nbsp;Malandrino, <strong>CND</strong>&rsquo;s&nbsp;Angi Wingle&nbsp;custom blended a strong plum cherry shade using&nbsp;CND Colours in Plumville&nbsp;and&nbsp;Dark Ruby&nbsp;and topped with two coats of high-shine&nbsp;CND Air Dry Top Coat&nbsp;for a biker chic manicure to match leather accents and tough girl graphic eyes. <em>Photography courtesy of CND</em></p>

At Malandrino, CND’s Angi Wingle custom blended a strong plum cherry shade using CND Colours in Plumville and Dark Ruby and topped with two coats of high-shine CND Air Dry Top Coat for a biker chic manicure to match leather accents and tough girl graphic eyes. Photography courtesy of CND

<p class="TDP">At Rachel Antonoff, <strong>CND</strong>&rsquo;s Candice Manacchio created this floral design with two coats of bold red Flashpoint with hand-detailed ferns using Brilliant White<strong>&nbsp;</strong>and Anchor Blue. <em>Photography courtesy of CND</em></p>

At Rachel Antonoff, CND’s Candice Manacchio created this floral design with two coats of bold red Flashpoint with hand-detailed ferns using Brilliant White and Anchor Blue. Photography courtesy of CND

<p>For Australia Fashion Week&rsquo;s Jenny Kee show, <strong>CND</strong> stylists meticulously hand-marbled each tip, starting with a base of Brilliant White, then marbleizing Anchor Blue, Green Scene, Bicycle Yellow, Relay Red, and Blackjack.<em> Photography courtesy of CND</em></p>

For Australia Fashion Week’s Jenny Kee show, CND stylists meticulously hand-marbled each tip, starting with a base of Brilliant White, then marbleizing Anchor Blue, Green Scene, Bicycle Yellow, Relay Red, and Blackjack. Photography courtesy of CND

<p>At Ashish at London Fashion Week, Marian Newman for <strong>CND</strong>&nbsp;layered Shellac in Cocoa and Romantique for the perfect nude. The pinkie finger and ring finger were pierced with painted charms in black, fluorescent green, and pink that were sprayed by hand.<em> Photography courtesy of CND</em></p>

At Ashish at London Fashion Week, Marian Newman for CND layered Shellac in Cocoa and Romantique for the perfect nude. The pinkie finger and ring finger were pierced with painted charms in black, fluorescent green, and pink that were sprayed by hand. Photography courtesy of CND

<p class="TDP">For the threeASFOUR show, <strong>Color Club</strong> created a custom gray.</p>

For the threeASFOUR show, Color Club created a custom gray.

<p>At the Charlotte Ronson show, <strong>Color Club</strong> polished nails in Potent Purple with a black called Where&rsquo;s the Soiree.</p>

At the Charlotte Ronson show, Color Club polished nails in Potent Purple with a black called Where’s the Soiree.

<p>At the Katie Gallagher show, <strong>Color Club</strong> created a custom green then added an eclipse in the moon area with the company&rsquo;s bronze striper.</p>

At the Katie Gallagher show, Color Club created a custom green then added an eclipse in the moon area with the company’s bronze striper.

<p>Models at Tibi wore an opaque, bright white &mdash; <strong>Dashing Diva</strong> NYC Fleet Week &mdash; to complement the gorgeous prints, chunky sweaters, and leather that were seen on the runway.</p>

Models at Tibi wore an opaque, bright white — Dashing Diva NYC Fleet Week — to complement the gorgeous prints, chunky sweaters, and leather that were seen on the runway.

<p>Cushnie et Ochs&rsquo; models who wore cream/beige/neutral on the top and navy on the bottom strutted down the runway with <strong>Dashing Diva</strong>&rsquo;s NYPD Blue on their fingernails (shown), while models wearing navy on top and cream/beige/neutral on the bottom wore nude Chelsea in the Buff on their nails.</p>

Cushnie et Ochs’ models who wore cream/beige/neutral on the top and navy on the bottom strutted down the runway with Dashing Diva’s NYPD Blue on their fingernails (shown), while models wearing navy on top and cream/beige/neutral on the bottom wore nude Chelsea in the Buff on their nails.

<p class="TDP">Models at Theia wore <strong>Dashing Diva</strong> Season Tickets, a beige semi-sheer cr&egrave;me on their fingers and toes.</p>

Models at Theia wore Dashing Diva Season Tickets, a beige semi-sheer crème on their fingers and toes.

<p>Decked in over-the-top designs, models at the Jeremy Scott Show wore rainbow wigs, light-up jewels on the face, and blue pouts by MAC. Inspired by the concept behind the show, Dashing Diva pro manicurist Pattie Yankee chose <strong>Nail Bliss Bling</strong>&rsquo;s Rainbow appliqu&eacute; to finish the look.</p>

Decked in over-the-top designs, models at the Jeremy Scott Show wore rainbow wigs, light-up jewels on the face, and blue pouts by MAC. Inspired by the concept behind the show, Dashing Diva pro manicurist Pattie Yankee chose Nail Bliss Bling’s Rainbow appliqué to finish the look.

<p><strong>Essie </strong>lead manicurist Elle Gerstein and assistant Paula Knight-Osborne created a &ldquo;factory girl&rdquo; inspired ombr&eacute;&nbsp; look for the Pamela Love show by using thin layers of Little Brown Dress polish that deepens as it moves towards the nail tip, with a little glitz with its As Gold As It Gets polish.</p>

Essie lead manicurist Elle Gerstein and assistant Paula Knight-Osborne created a “factory girl” inspired ombré  look for the Pamela Love show by using thin layers of Little Brown Dress polish that deepens as it moves towards the nail tip, with a little glitz with its As Gold As It Gets polish.

<p class="TDP">A blend of two coats of warm beige&nbsp;<strong>Essie</strong> Glamour Purse&nbsp;and one coat of&nbsp;Man-E-Cure&nbsp;over top to lend a subtle matte finish &mdash; an inspired nail that mimics the gorgeous wool and cashmere clothing found in the Richard Chai collection.</p>

A blend of two coats of warm beige Essie Glamour Purse and one coat of Man-E-Cure over top to lend a subtle matte finish — an inspired nail that mimics the gorgeous wool and cashmere clothing found in the Richard Chai collection.

<p><strong>Essie</strong>&nbsp;manicurist Elle Gerstein&rsquo;s technique at the Rachel Roy show was all about layering and creating textures, so for those models representing greenery, her team polished a coat of&nbsp;Licorice&nbsp;(black) and then added two coats of&nbsp;Going Incognito&nbsp;(deep emerald) to create a custom pine shade (shown), and models symbolizing soil wore&nbsp;two coats of Carry On&nbsp;(a rich burgundy).</p>

Essie manicurist Elle Gerstein’s technique at the Rachel Roy show was all about layering and creating textures, so for those models representing greenery, her team polished a coat of Licorice (black) and then added two coats of Going Incognito (deep emerald) to create a custom pine shade (shown), and models symbolizing soil wore two coats of Carry On (a rich burgundy).

<p class="TDP">At DKNY, nails got a shiny neutral polish job with two coats of&nbsp;<strong>Essie</strong> Brooch the Subject.</p>

At DKNY, nails got a shiny neutral polish job with two coats of Essie Brooch the Subject.

<p class="TDP">Models at the Miguel Adrover show wore <strong>Ginger + Liz</strong>&nbsp; polish in Skin Tight with the company&rsquo;s soon-to-be-released Matte Top Coat, and lead nail tech Indigo Makong dipped the tips of the models&rsquo; nails in fine black sand to achieve a grunge look. <em>Photography by Jerome Shaw</em></p>

Models at the Miguel Adrover show wore Ginger + Liz  polish in Skin Tight with the company’s soon-to-be-released Matte Top Coat, and lead nail tech Indigo Makong dipped the tips of the models’ nails in fine black sand to achieve a grunge look. Photography by Jerome Shaw

<p>For the fourth year in a row, <strong>Hand &amp; Nail Harmony</strong> dean of international education Antonio Sacripante, along with his nails and beauty team, applied long-lasting Gelish manicures backstage at the DSquared2 show in Milan, Italy. Gelish Sweet Dream, a pale pink shade, was the choice for the DSquared2 show for its glossy high shine that didn&rsquo;t compete with the gorgeous clothes.</p>

For the fourth year in a row, Hand & Nail Harmony dean of international education Antonio Sacripante, along with his nails and beauty team, applied long-lasting Gelish manicures backstage at the DSquared2 show in Milan, Italy. Gelish Sweet Dream, a pale pink shade, was the choice for the DSquared2 show for its glossy high shine that didn’t compete with the gorgeous clothes.

<p>This is the second year that <strong>Hand &amp; Nail Harmony</strong> has worked with designer Les Copains. This season, the color choice for the nails was Gelish Little Princess, an extremely pale sheer pink shade.</p>

This is the second year that Hand & Nail Harmony has worked with designer Les Copains. This season, the color choice for the nails was Gelish Little Princess, an extremely pale sheer pink shade.

<p>Nail Taxi&rsquo;s Cinnamon Bowser, Emily Ryan, and Janee Baldwin applied custom <strong>Minx</strong> to the models in the Calla show. <em>Photography courtesy of Calla</em></p>

Nail Taxi’s Cinnamon Bowser, Emily Ryan, and Janee Baldwin applied custom Minx to the models in the Calla show. Photography courtesy of Calla

<p class="TDP">Bright colors were applied by lead&nbsp; nail tech Melissa Bozant and assistants Paula Knight-Osborne and Gloria Williams at the Degen show to accentuate the collection&rsquo;s whimsical knits and tribal face paint. <strong>NailEZEE</strong>&rsquo;s chalky pastel Sunny Side Up was paired with custom shade Rock my Teal, plus Sun Kissed for an unexpected pop of color.</p>

Bright colors were applied by lead  nail tech Melissa Bozant and assistants Paula Knight-Osborne and Gloria Williams at the Degen show to accentuate the collection’s whimsical knits and tribal face paint. NailEZEE’s chalky pastel Sunny Side Up was paired with custom shade Rock my Teal, plus Sun Kissed for an unexpected pop of color.

<p>Celebrity nail tech Lisa Logan and her team of Tiana Logan, Najzali Allen, Valerie Quinones, Titilayo Bankole, Priscilla Parker, Courtney Foster, and Nail Taxi NYC&rsquo;s Danielle Corbin Jaime applied custom <strong>Minx</strong> to models at the Daniella Kallmeyer show.&nbsp;<em>Photography by Becky Yee</em></p>

Celebrity nail tech Lisa Logan and her team of Tiana Logan, Najzali Allen, Valerie Quinones, Titilayo Bankole, Priscilla Parker, Courtney Foster, and Nail Taxi NYC’s Danielle Corbin Jaime applied custom Minx to models at the Daniella Kallmeyer show. Photography by Becky Yee

<p class="TDP">In London, Kimberley Casey led a nail stylist team of Sue Prynn, Charlie Mileham, and Lynda Darraghin the application of Golden Lightning <strong>Minx</strong> to 14 male models for the Astrid Andersen&rsquo;s Menswear show. <em>Photography by Kimberley Casey</em></p>

In London, Kimberley Casey led a nail stylist team of Sue Prynn, Charlie Mileham, and Lynda Darraghin the application of Golden Lightning Minx to 14 male models for the Astrid Andersen’s Menswear show. Photography by Kimberley Casey

<p>Peter Lykissas, head of the Switch Funky Style Squad suggested <strong>Minx</strong> for My Wild Love&rsquo;s show, where a total of 15 models wore arrow-shaped nails with Rattlesnake Minx on their fingertips, with My Wild Love designer Marnia Ryan-Raison inspiring the team to add feathers to the nails for a final, exotic touch. <em>Photography by Mikel Kiriakos </em></p>

Peter Lykissas, head of the Switch Funky Style Squad suggested Minx for My Wild Love’s show, where a total of 15 models wore arrow-shaped nails with Rattlesnake Minx on their fingertips, with My Wild Love designer Marnia Ryan-Raison inspiring the team to add feathers to the nails for a final, exotic touch. Photography by Mikel Kiriakos

<p>The Coca Cola waitresses at Stockholm Fashion Week wore custom <strong>Minx</strong>, which were applied by Frida Selkirk and Danielle Herberg.&nbsp;<em>Photography by Frida Selkirk</em></p>

The Coca Cola waitresses at Stockholm Fashion Week wore custom Minx, which were applied by Frida Selkirk and Danielle Herberg. Photography by Frida Selkirk

<p class="TDP">Melissa Bozant, Paula Knight-Osborne, and Gloria Williams pulled in neutral favorite <strong>NailEZEE</strong> Concrete Jungle to balance the eccentric international prints from Arnaldo Ventura and complement the textured pieces from Cynthia Hayashi and Gabriela Sakate for the Ponto Zero Project.</p>

Melissa Bozant, Paula Knight-Osborne, and Gloria Williams pulled in neutral favorite NailEZEE Concrete Jungle to balance the eccentric international prints from Arnaldo Ventura and complement the textured pieces from Cynthia Hayashi and Gabriela Sakate for the Ponto Zero Project.

<p>Lauren Moffatt&rsquo;s show featured the bright orange hue <strong>OPI</strong> A Good Man-darin Is Hard to Find on the models&rsquo; nails, which were shaped short and squoval. <em>Photo courtesy of OPI</em></p>

Lauren Moffatt’s show featured the bright orange hue OPI A Good Man-darin Is Hard to Find on the models’ nails, which were shaped short and squoval. Photo courtesy of OPI

<p class="TDP">At the BCBG Max Azria show models&rsquo; nails were painted with <strong>OPI</strong> Passion for a nude look that complemented the neutral color blocking with pops of color in the clothes. <em>Photo courtesy of OPI</em></p>

At the BCBG Max Azria show models’ nails were painted with OPI Passion for a nude look that complemented the neutral color blocking with pops of color in the clothes. Photo courtesy of OPI

<p class="TDP"><strong>OPI</strong>&rsquo;s Road House Blues, a purple-y navy, was painted on models&rsquo; nails for Rebecca Taylor to complement the collection&rsquo;s dark colors and floral prints. <em>Photo courtesy of OPI</em></p>

OPI’s Road House Blues, a purple-y navy, was painted on models’ nails for Rebecca Taylor to complement the collection’s dark colors and floral prints. Photo courtesy of OPI

<p class="TDP">For Jason Wu, models&rsquo; nails were painted with a taupe hue, <strong>OPI</strong> San Tan-tonio, which complemented clothes in taupe, black, and gold with pops of fuchsia and red. <em>Photo courtesy of OPI</em></p>

For Jason Wu, models’ nails were painted with a taupe hue, OPI San Tan-tonio, which complemented clothes in taupe, black, and gold with pops of fuchsia and red. Photo courtesy of OPI

<p class="TDP">At London Fashion Week, nail tech Pebbles Aikens created a color block manicure in <strong>Mavala</strong> polish in Orange Amazone and Purple Sensation for the Dans La Vie show. <em>Photography by Pebbles Aikens</em></p>

At London Fashion Week, nail tech Pebbles Aikens created a color block manicure in Mavala polish in Orange Amazone and Purple Sensation for the Dans La Vie show. Photography by Pebbles Aikens

<p class="TDP">At London Fashion Week, nail tech Pebbles Aikens created a fun nail art design using <strong>Barry M</strong>&nbsp; polish in Blueberry Ice Cream for the Fam Irvoll show. <em>Photography by Pebbles Aikens</em></p>

At London Fashion Week, nail tech Pebbles Aikens created a fun nail art design using Barry M  polish in Blueberry Ice Cream for the Fam Irvoll show. Photography by Pebbles Aikens

<p>Deep royal purple reigned at the Yuna Yang show, which used <strong>Priti NYC Polish</strong> in King Spider Orchid to match the smoky eyes and glossy lips.</p>

Deep royal purple reigned at the Yuna Yang show, which used Priti NYC Polish in King Spider Orchid to match the smoky eyes and glossy lips.

<p class="TDP">The mood was elegant and punk rock backage at the Tatania Inglis show, with <strong>Priti NYC Polish</strong> in Nigra nailing it on the fingernails.</p>

The mood was elegant and punk rock backage at the Tatania Inglis show, with Priti NYC Polish in Nigra nailing it on the fingernails.

<p><strong>Priti NYC Polish</strong> created a custom soft shell pink for Stella McCartney that the company dubbed Dutch Baby Dahlia.</p>

Priti NYC Polish created a custom soft shell pink for Stella McCartney that the company dubbed Dutch Baby Dahlia.

<p class="TDP"><strong>Zoya</strong> custom color expert Rebecca Isa (left) developed custom colors for Peter Som (center; also shown is Zoya&rsquo;s Leo Reyzis). The colors were named after Som&rsquo;s muses: Audrey, pale pink showcased on models&rsquo; fingers; Evvie, a slate green featured on toes; and Katherine, plum nail gloss not used on the models, and polished by lead manicurist Sunshine Outing and her team.</p>

Zoya custom color expert Rebecca Isa (left) developed custom colors for Peter Som (center; also shown is Zoya’s Leo Reyzis). The colors were named after Som’s muses: Audrey, pale pink showcased on models’ fingers; Evvie, a slate green featured on toes; and Katherine, plum nail gloss not used on the models, and polished by lead manicurist Sunshine Outing and her team.

<p><strong>Zoya</strong> and fashion designer Bibhu Mohapatra created three custom shades for the designer&rsquo;s show: Models all wore Rekha (a custom red) on their left hands as an homage to Mohapatra&rsquo;s mother and either Parveen (a custom nude) or Zeenat (a custom pewter) on their right hands.</p>

Zoya and fashion designer Bibhu Mohapatra created three custom shades for the designer’s show: Models all wore Rekha (a custom red) on their left hands as an homage to Mohapatra’s mother and either Parveen (a custom nude) or Zeenat (a custom pewter) on their right hands.

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<p class="TDP">A blend of <strong>China Glaze</strong> Call of the Wild and Heart of Africa was selected for the manicures at the Tadashi Shoji show to accentuate the bold red lips and elaborate, romantic gowns for which the designer is known. <em>Photography by </em><em>Matthew Carasella</em></p>
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A blend of China Glaze Call of the Wild and Heart of Africa was selected for the manicures at the Tadashi Shoji show to accentuate the bold red lips and elaborate, romantic gowns for which the designer is known. Photography by Matthew Carasella

<p>At Nicole Miller, <strong>CND</strong>&rsquo;s Wanda Ruiz created hypnotic swirls of&nbsp; Plumville, Electric Orange, Bicycle Yellow, and Anchor Blue, a look that can be replicated with a toothpick (or a detailing brush) and some patience. <em>Photography courtesy of CND</em></p>
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At Nicole Miller, CND’s Wanda Ruiz created hypnotic swirls of  Plumville, Electric Orange, Bicycle Yellow, and Anchor Blue, a look that can be replicated with a toothpick (or a detailing brush) and some patience. Photography courtesy of CND

<p class="TDP">At The Blonds, <strong>CND</strong>&rsquo;s Kristina Estabrooks and her team spent 130 hours hand detailing biker babe manicures, including crystals, glitter, leather, Phillipe Blond faces, crushed glass shards, and acid-washed denim designed nails. <em>Photography courtesy of CND</em></p>
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At The Blonds, CND’s Kristina Estabrooks and her team spent 130 hours hand detailing biker babe manicures, including crystals, glitter, leather, Phillipe Blond faces, crushed glass shards, and acid-washed denim designed nails. Photography courtesy of CND

<p>At Christian Cota,&nbsp;Candice Manacchio created an ombr&eacute; effect with <strong>CND</strong> Colour in Chocolate Milk&nbsp;and Putty, which can be done at the salon by using a makeup sponge to apply&nbsp;Chocolate Milk&nbsp;from the cuticle to halfway down the nail, then adding Putty from half way to nail end and finishing with CND Super Matte Top Coat&nbsp;to combine the two colors while still wet.&nbsp;<em>Photography courtesy of CND</em></p>
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At Christian Cota, Candice Manacchio created an ombré effect with CND Colour in Chocolate Milk and Putty, which can be done at the salon by using a makeup sponge to apply Chocolate Milk from the cuticle to halfway down the nail, then adding Putty from half way to nail end and finishing with CND Super Matte Top Coat to combine the two colors while still wet. Photography courtesy of CND

<p class="TDP">To accessorize Alexandre Herchcovitch&rsquo;s opulent collection, <strong>CND</strong>&rsquo;s Wanda Ruiz polished nails in Gold Chrome topped with Air Dry Top Coat, which was coupled with gold eye shadow and metallic pieces on the runway amidst earthy neutrals, dusty rose, and flesh tones. <em>Photography courtesy of CND</em></p>
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To accessorize Alexandre Herchcovitch’s opulent collection, CND’s Wanda Ruiz polished nails in Gold Chrome topped with Air Dry Top Coat, which was coupled with gold eye shadow and metallic pieces on the runway amidst earthy neutrals, dusty rose, and flesh tones. Photography courtesy of CND

<p class="TDP">At&nbsp;Malandrino, <strong>CND</strong>&rsquo;s&nbsp;Angi Wingle&nbsp;custom blended a strong plum cherry shade using&nbsp;CND Colours in Plumville&nbsp;and&nbsp;Dark Ruby&nbsp;and topped with two coats of high-shine&nbsp;CND Air Dry Top Coat&nbsp;for a biker chic manicure to match leather accents and tough girl graphic eyes. <em>Photography courtesy of CND</em></p>
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At Malandrino, CND’s Angi Wingle custom blended a strong plum cherry shade using CND Colours in Plumville and Dark Ruby and topped with two coats of high-shine CND Air Dry Top Coat for a biker chic manicure to match leather accents and tough girl graphic eyes. Photography courtesy of CND

<p class="TDP">At Rachel Antonoff, <strong>CND</strong>&rsquo;s Candice Manacchio created this floral design with two coats of bold red Flashpoint with hand-detailed ferns using Brilliant White<strong>&nbsp;</strong>and Anchor Blue. <em>Photography courtesy of CND</em></p>
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At Rachel Antonoff, CND’s Candice Manacchio created this floral design with two coats of bold red Flashpoint with hand-detailed ferns using Brilliant White and Anchor Blue. Photography courtesy of CND

<p>For Australia Fashion Week&rsquo;s Jenny Kee show, <strong>CND</strong> stylists meticulously hand-marbled each tip, starting with a base of Brilliant White, then marbleizing Anchor Blue, Green Scene, Bicycle Yellow, Relay Red, and Blackjack.<em> Photography courtesy of CND</em></p>
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For Australia Fashion Week’s Jenny Kee show, CND stylists meticulously hand-marbled each tip, starting with a base of Brilliant White, then marbleizing Anchor Blue, Green Scene, Bicycle Yellow, Relay Red, and Blackjack. Photography courtesy of CND

<p>At Ashish at London Fashion Week, Marian Newman for <strong>CND</strong>&nbsp;layered Shellac in Cocoa and Romantique for the perfect nude. The pinkie finger and ring finger were pierced with painted charms in black, fluorescent green, and pink that were sprayed by hand.<em> Photography courtesy of CND</em></p>
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At Ashish at London Fashion Week, Marian Newman for CND layered Shellac in Cocoa and Romantique for the perfect nude. The pinkie finger and ring finger were pierced with painted charms in black, fluorescent green, and pink that were sprayed by hand. Photography courtesy of CND

<p class="TDP">For the threeASFOUR show, <strong>Color Club</strong> created a custom gray.</p>
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For the threeASFOUR show, Color Club created a custom gray.

<p>At the Charlotte Ronson show, <strong>Color Club</strong> polished nails in Potent Purple with a black called Where&rsquo;s the Soiree.</p>
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At the Charlotte Ronson show, Color Club polished nails in Potent Purple with a black called Where’s the Soiree.

<p>At the Katie Gallagher show, <strong>Color Club</strong> created a custom green then added an eclipse in the moon area with the company&rsquo;s bronze striper.</p>
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At the Katie Gallagher show, Color Club created a custom green then added an eclipse in the moon area with the company’s bronze striper.

<p>Models at Tibi wore an opaque, bright white &mdash; <strong>Dashing Diva</strong> NYC Fleet Week &mdash; to complement the gorgeous prints, chunky sweaters, and leather that were seen on the runway.</p>
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Models at Tibi wore an opaque, bright white — Dashing Diva NYC Fleet Week — to complement the gorgeous prints, chunky sweaters, and leather that were seen on the runway.

<p>Cushnie et Ochs&rsquo; models who wore cream/beige/neutral on the top and navy on the bottom strutted down the runway with <strong>Dashing Diva</strong>&rsquo;s NYPD Blue on their fingernails (shown), while models wearing navy on top and cream/beige/neutral on the bottom wore nude Chelsea in the Buff on their nails.</p>
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Cushnie et Ochs’ models who wore cream/beige/neutral on the top and navy on the bottom strutted down the runway with Dashing Diva’s NYPD Blue on their fingernails (shown), while models wearing navy on top and cream/beige/neutral on the bottom wore nude Chelsea in the Buff on their nails.

<p class="TDP">Models at Theia wore <strong>Dashing Diva</strong> Season Tickets, a beige semi-sheer cr&egrave;me on their fingers and toes.</p>
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Models at Theia wore Dashing Diva Season Tickets, a beige semi-sheer crème on their fingers and toes.

<p>Decked in over-the-top designs, models at the Jeremy Scott Show wore rainbow wigs, light-up jewels on the face, and blue pouts by MAC. Inspired by the concept behind the show, Dashing Diva pro manicurist Pattie Yankee chose <strong>Nail Bliss Bling</strong>&rsquo;s Rainbow appliqu&eacute; to finish the look.</p>
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Decked in over-the-top designs, models at the Jeremy Scott Show wore rainbow wigs, light-up jewels on the face, and blue pouts by MAC. Inspired by the concept behind the show, Dashing Diva pro manicurist Pattie Yankee chose Nail Bliss Bling’s Rainbow appliqué to finish the look.

<p><strong>Essie </strong>lead manicurist Elle Gerstein and assistant Paula Knight-Osborne created a &ldquo;factory girl&rdquo; inspired ombr&eacute;&nbsp; look for the Pamela Love show by using thin layers of Little Brown Dress polish that deepens as it moves towards the nail tip, with a little glitz with its As Gold As It Gets polish.</p>
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Essie lead manicurist Elle Gerstein and assistant Paula Knight-Osborne created a “factory girl” inspired ombré  look for the Pamela Love show by using thin layers of Little Brown Dress polish that deepens as it moves towards the nail tip, with a little glitz with its As Gold As It Gets polish.

<p class="TDP">A blend of two coats of warm beige&nbsp;<strong>Essie</strong> Glamour Purse&nbsp;and one coat of&nbsp;Man-E-Cure&nbsp;over top to lend a subtle matte finish &mdash; an inspired nail that mimics the gorgeous wool and cashmere clothing found in the Richard Chai collection.</p>
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A blend of two coats of warm beige Essie Glamour Purse and one coat of Man-E-Cure over top to lend a subtle matte finish — an inspired nail that mimics the gorgeous wool and cashmere clothing found in the Richard Chai collection.

<p><strong>Essie</strong>&nbsp;manicurist Elle Gerstein&rsquo;s technique at the Rachel Roy show was all about layering and creating textures, so for those models representing greenery, her team polished a coat of&nbsp;Licorice&nbsp;(black) and then added two coats of&nbsp;Going Incognito&nbsp;(deep emerald) to create a custom pine shade (shown), and models symbolizing soil wore&nbsp;two coats of Carry On&nbsp;(a rich burgundy).</p>
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Essie manicurist Elle Gerstein’s technique at the Rachel Roy show was all about layering and creating textures, so for those models representing greenery, her team polished a coat of Licorice (black) and then added two coats of Going Incognito (deep emerald) to create a custom pine shade (shown), and models symbolizing soil wore two coats of Carry On (a rich burgundy).

<p class="TDP">At DKNY, nails got a shiny neutral polish job with two coats of&nbsp;<strong>Essie</strong> Brooch the Subject.</p>
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At DKNY, nails got a shiny neutral polish job with two coats of Essie Brooch the Subject.

<p class="TDP">Models at the Miguel Adrover show wore <strong>Ginger + Liz</strong>&nbsp; polish in Skin Tight with the company&rsquo;s soon-to-be-released Matte Top Coat, and lead nail tech Indigo Makong dipped the tips of the models&rsquo; nails in fine black sand to achieve a grunge look. <em>Photography by Jerome Shaw</em></p>
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Models at the Miguel Adrover show wore Ginger + Liz  polish in Skin Tight with the company’s soon-to-be-released Matte Top Coat, and lead nail tech Indigo Makong dipped the tips of the models’ nails in fine black sand to achieve a grunge look. Photography by Jerome Shaw

<p>For the fourth year in a row, <strong>Hand &amp; Nail Harmony</strong> dean of international education Antonio Sacripante, along with his nails and beauty team, applied long-lasting Gelish manicures backstage at the DSquared2 show in Milan, Italy. Gelish Sweet Dream, a pale pink shade, was the choice for the DSquared2 show for its glossy high shine that didn&rsquo;t compete with the gorgeous clothes.</p>
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For the fourth year in a row, Hand & Nail Harmony dean of international education Antonio Sacripante, along with his nails and beauty team, applied long-lasting Gelish manicures backstage at the DSquared2 show in Milan, Italy. Gelish Sweet Dream, a pale pink shade, was the choice for the DSquared2 show for its glossy high shine that didn’t compete with the gorgeous clothes.

<p>This is the second year that <strong>Hand &amp; Nail Harmony</strong> has worked with designer Les Copains. This season, the color choice for the nails was Gelish Little Princess, an extremely pale sheer pink shade.</p>
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This is the second year that Hand & Nail Harmony has worked with designer Les Copains. This season, the color choice for the nails was Gelish Little Princess, an extremely pale sheer pink shade.

<p>Nail Taxi&rsquo;s Cinnamon Bowser, Emily Ryan, and Janee Baldwin applied custom <strong>Minx</strong> to the models in the Calla show. <em>Photography courtesy of Calla</em></p>
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Nail Taxi’s Cinnamon Bowser, Emily Ryan, and Janee Baldwin applied custom Minx to the models in the Calla show. Photography courtesy of Calla

<p class="TDP">Bright colors were applied by lead&nbsp; nail tech Melissa Bozant and assistants Paula Knight-Osborne and Gloria Williams at the Degen show to accentuate the collection&rsquo;s whimsical knits and tribal face paint. <strong>NailEZEE</strong>&rsquo;s chalky pastel Sunny Side Up was paired with custom shade Rock my Teal, plus Sun Kissed for an unexpected pop of color.</p>
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Bright colors were applied by lead  nail tech Melissa Bozant and assistants Paula Knight-Osborne and Gloria Williams at the Degen show to accentuate the collection’s whimsical knits and tribal face paint. NailEZEE’s chalky pastel Sunny Side Up was paired with custom shade Rock my Teal, plus Sun Kissed for an unexpected pop of color.

<p>Celebrity nail tech Lisa Logan and her team of Tiana Logan, Najzali Allen, Valerie Quinones, Titilayo Bankole, Priscilla Parker, Courtney Foster, and Nail Taxi NYC&rsquo;s Danielle Corbin Jaime applied custom <strong>Minx</strong> to models at the Daniella Kallmeyer show.&nbsp;<em>Photography by Becky Yee</em></p>
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Celebrity nail tech Lisa Logan and her team of Tiana Logan, Najzali Allen, Valerie Quinones, Titilayo Bankole, Priscilla Parker, Courtney Foster, and Nail Taxi NYC’s Danielle Corbin Jaime applied custom Minx to models at the Daniella Kallmeyer show. Photography by Becky Yee

<p class="TDP">In London, Kimberley Casey led a nail stylist team of Sue Prynn, Charlie Mileham, and Lynda Darraghin the application of Golden Lightning <strong>Minx</strong> to 14 male models for the Astrid Andersen&rsquo;s Menswear show. <em>Photography by Kimberley Casey</em></p>
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In London, Kimberley Casey led a nail stylist team of Sue Prynn, Charlie Mileham, and Lynda Darraghin the application of Golden Lightning Minx to 14 male models for the Astrid Andersen’s Menswear show. Photography by Kimberley Casey

<p>Peter Lykissas, head of the Switch Funky Style Squad suggested <strong>Minx</strong> for My Wild Love&rsquo;s show, where a total of 15 models wore arrow-shaped nails with Rattlesnake Minx on their fingertips, with My Wild Love designer Marnia Ryan-Raison inspiring the team to add feathers to the nails for a final, exotic touch. <em>Photography by Mikel Kiriakos </em></p>
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Peter Lykissas, head of the Switch Funky Style Squad suggested Minx for My Wild Love’s show, where a total of 15 models wore arrow-shaped nails with Rattlesnake Minx on their fingertips, with My Wild Love designer Marnia Ryan-Raison inspiring the team to add feathers to the nails for a final, exotic touch. Photography by Mikel Kiriakos

<p>The Coca Cola waitresses at Stockholm Fashion Week wore custom <strong>Minx</strong>, which were applied by Frida Selkirk and Danielle Herberg.&nbsp;<em>Photography by Frida Selkirk</em></p>
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The Coca Cola waitresses at Stockholm Fashion Week wore custom Minx, which were applied by Frida Selkirk and Danielle Herberg. Photography by Frida Selkirk

<p class="TDP">Melissa Bozant, Paula Knight-Osborne, and Gloria Williams pulled in neutral favorite <strong>NailEZEE</strong> Concrete Jungle to balance the eccentric international prints from Arnaldo Ventura and complement the textured pieces from Cynthia Hayashi and Gabriela Sakate for the Ponto Zero Project.</p>
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Melissa Bozant, Paula Knight-Osborne, and Gloria Williams pulled in neutral favorite NailEZEE Concrete Jungle to balance the eccentric international prints from Arnaldo Ventura and complement the textured pieces from Cynthia Hayashi and Gabriela Sakate for the Ponto Zero Project.

<p>Lauren Moffatt&rsquo;s show featured the bright orange hue <strong>OPI</strong> A Good Man-darin Is Hard to Find on the models&rsquo; nails, which were shaped short and squoval. <em>Photo courtesy of OPI</em></p>
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Lauren Moffatt’s show featured the bright orange hue OPI A Good Man-darin Is Hard to Find on the models’ nails, which were shaped short and squoval. Photo courtesy of OPI

<p class="TDP">At the BCBG Max Azria show models&rsquo; nails were painted with <strong>OPI</strong> Passion for a nude look that complemented the neutral color blocking with pops of color in the clothes. <em>Photo courtesy of OPI</em></p>
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At the BCBG Max Azria show models’ nails were painted with OPI Passion for a nude look that complemented the neutral color blocking with pops of color in the clothes. Photo courtesy of OPI

<p class="TDP"><strong>OPI</strong>&rsquo;s Road House Blues, a purple-y navy, was painted on models&rsquo; nails for Rebecca Taylor to complement the collection&rsquo;s dark colors and floral prints. <em>Photo courtesy of OPI</em></p>
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OPI’s Road House Blues, a purple-y navy, was painted on models’ nails for Rebecca Taylor to complement the collection’s dark colors and floral prints. Photo courtesy of OPI

<p class="TDP">For Jason Wu, models&rsquo; nails were painted with a taupe hue, <strong>OPI</strong> San Tan-tonio, which complemented clothes in taupe, black, and gold with pops of fuchsia and red. <em>Photo courtesy of OPI</em></p>
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For Jason Wu, models’ nails were painted with a taupe hue, OPI San Tan-tonio, which complemented clothes in taupe, black, and gold with pops of fuchsia and red. Photo courtesy of OPI

<p class="TDP">At London Fashion Week, nail tech Pebbles Aikens created a color block manicure in <strong>Mavala</strong> polish in Orange Amazone and Purple Sensation for the Dans La Vie show. <em>Photography by Pebbles Aikens</em></p>
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At London Fashion Week, nail tech Pebbles Aikens created a color block manicure in Mavala polish in Orange Amazone and Purple Sensation for the Dans La Vie show. Photography by Pebbles Aikens

<p class="TDP">At London Fashion Week, nail tech Pebbles Aikens created a fun nail art design using <strong>Barry M</strong>&nbsp; polish in Blueberry Ice Cream for the Fam Irvoll show. <em>Photography by Pebbles Aikens</em></p>
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At London Fashion Week, nail tech Pebbles Aikens created a fun nail art design using Barry M  polish in Blueberry Ice Cream for the Fam Irvoll show. Photography by Pebbles Aikens

<p>Deep royal purple reigned at the Yuna Yang show, which used <strong>Priti NYC Polish</strong> in King Spider Orchid to match the smoky eyes and glossy lips.</p>
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Deep royal purple reigned at the Yuna Yang show, which used Priti NYC Polish in King Spider Orchid to match the smoky eyes and glossy lips.

<p class="TDP">The mood was elegant and punk rock backage at the Tatania Inglis show, with <strong>Priti NYC Polish</strong> in Nigra nailing it on the fingernails.</p>
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The mood was elegant and punk rock backage at the Tatania Inglis show, with Priti NYC Polish in Nigra nailing it on the fingernails.

<p><strong>Priti NYC Polish</strong> created a custom soft shell pink for Stella McCartney that the company dubbed Dutch Baby Dahlia.</p>
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Priti NYC Polish created a custom soft shell pink for Stella McCartney that the company dubbed Dutch Baby Dahlia.

<p class="TDP"><strong>Zoya</strong> custom color expert Rebecca Isa (left) developed custom colors for Peter Som (center; also shown is Zoya&rsquo;s Leo Reyzis). The colors were named after Som&rsquo;s muses: Audrey, pale pink showcased on models&rsquo; fingers; Evvie, a slate green featured on toes; and Katherine, plum nail gloss not used on the models, and polished by lead manicurist Sunshine Outing and her team.</p>
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Zoya custom color expert Rebecca Isa (left) developed custom colors for Peter Som (center; also shown is Zoya’s Leo Reyzis). The colors were named after Som’s muses: Audrey, pale pink showcased on models’ fingers; Evvie, a slate green featured on toes; and Katherine, plum nail gloss not used on the models, and polished by lead manicurist Sunshine Outing and her team.

<p><strong>Zoya</strong> and fashion designer Bibhu Mohapatra created three custom shades for the designer&rsquo;s show: Models all wore Rekha (a custom red) on their left hands as an homage to Mohapatra&rsquo;s mother and either Parveen (a custom nude) or Zeenat (a custom pewter) on their right hands.</p>
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Zoya and fashion designer Bibhu Mohapatra created three custom shades for the designer’s show: Models all wore Rekha (a custom red) on their left hands as an homage to Mohapatra’s mother and either Parveen (a custom nude) or Zeenat (a custom pewter) on their right hands.

On the Fashion Week runways, juicy stone fruit colors from cherry red to plum purple reigned on nails. Custom colors and custom nail art — to complement the fabrics — were also popular, as were tasteful nude shades. Photos where a city isn’t identified were taken during New York Fashion Week. To submit your own Fashion Week photos, e-mail photos with captions to Sree.Roy[at]bobit.com.

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