NYFW F/W 2015: Morgan Taylor Trend Report

The team at Morgan Taylor continues to put an innovative twist on Fashion Week nails, working with eight designers for fall/winter looks.

Linear Art


Linear nails are easy to create and look sleek when sent down a runway. For Tanya Taylor, lead manicurist Gina Edwards brought the designer’s marine life inspiration to fingertips. A base of Little Black Dress lacquered nails, followed by a spine motif hand painted with Could Have Foiled M, and layered with Fame Game.


At Carmen Marc Valvo, nails also continued to rock a side part. Lead nail artist Danielle Candido created a mid-century modern mani with a custom blend of Matte’s A Wrap and Metalling Around, followed by a thin stripe of Little Black Dress painted along the outside cuticle line. Make It Last top coat added a high-gloss contrast against the matte gray base.

Frosty Tips

Glacier-inspired nails have been a hit this winter, and now they’ve reached the runway. Edwards created a glacier dreamscape on nails for Thakoon. She used Morgan Taylor Something to Blog About and Make It Last combined with a base of Sweet Surrender.


Surrealist Art

Edwards took a cue from Dali and made large black dots that looked to be sliding off the nail for Zero + Maria Cornejo. The large sliding spots were painted on with Morgan Taylor Little Black Dress over Birthday Suit and In The Nude.

For an up-to-the-minute look at the latest nails from NYFW, click here.

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