tadashi shoji’s collection was a beautiful show from a designer that occasionally tends to fly under the radar. he titled his spring show ‘sweet liberation,’ a fitting name for a sugary sweet collection featuring plenty of pieces that offered freedom of movement, especially in the swingy, pastel cocktail dresses, and the gorgeous, lattice-theme evening wear.
the nails were done by nail ambassador katie hughes for butter london. she created an “expensive chic, yet minimalist” manicure for the show, using the colors yummy mummy, hen party, and a matte top coat. to recreate the look, layer one coat of hen party atop one or two coats of yummy mummy. top it off with a matte top coat.
the natural beauty look:
detail of the nails and the colors used:
my favorites from the collection (i really want the middle one):
you can find yummy mummy here and hen party here.
images via modelnailfiles, style, wwd, butterlondon
- cynthia rowley // spring ready-to-wear 2014 (modelnailfiles.com)
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