Fashion Week Spring 2014:
New York Spring Fashion Week 2014: Our Favorite Runway Beauty Moments
To complement the polished top knot, makeup artist Neil Scibelli went for a retro makeup look, while Deborah Lippman put a brand new twist on the French manicure. "The inspiration was '50s-era Sophia Lauren with a modern twist," Scibelli said. "I used the Jouer Powder Eye Shadow in Praline all over the lid, and created a thicker black cat-eye with the Liquid Shimmer Eyeliner in Panther ($19 and $22; jouercosmetics.com). I accented with a bold silver-white liner to add dimension and drama." Nail artist extraordinaire Lippmann drew inspiration from a cap-toe shoe to create the pointy manis, using her own shades in Pseudo Silk Kimono and Bad Moon Rising ($19 and $78 for a set of 12; deborahlippmann.com) for the white and silver elements, while a thin line of either Groove is in the Heart, It's Raining Men, or Walking on Sunshine ($17 each, and $18; deborahlippmann.com) added an extra accent.