Inspired by Moorish architecture and textiles, the Tadashi Shoji A/W ’14 brought us a Romantic Moroccan look that consisted of a stained red lip and gold tips on the nails.
To create the “cool girl” at Costello Tagliapietra A/W 2014, models were given glossy eye, dewy skin with matte berry nails.
At Creatures of the Wind A/W 2014, the look revolved around a pop of blue liner on the lower lashline and nude marble nails.
Graphic elements have been a popular trend on the runways in the past seasons and at Manish Arora Spring/Summer 2014, makeup artist Kabuki and manicurist Marian Newman working for M·A·C Cosmetics created a “1920′s Josephine Baker meets 1990′s raver” look to go with the bright clothing in the collection.
At Hache Spring/Summer 2014, lead makeup artist Val Garland working for M·A·C Cosmetics, went for a “teddy boy tough chic” look with a graphic eye and matte, apricot lips.
At Naeem Khan Spring/Summer 2014, the look was inspired by Frida Kahlo and centered around luminous skin with a diffused raspberry stained lip and “tough-girl” braids.