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18/02/2015

Libertine's Fall Winter 2015


CND, the global leader in professional nail care, unveiled a dynamic collection of expensive nail designs at Libertine’s Fall / Winter 2015 Show at Lincoln Center in New York City.


Photo (c) Jennifer Graylock / Getty Images
Photo (c) Jennifer Graylock / Getty Images
With vague references to mythology and Indian culture, the clothing and nails were an assortment of shimmering, glittering molten artwork. The outcome was a high-impact fashion experience featuring an artistic clash of texture and color.

"Working with Libertine’s Johnson Hartig again this season has been an inspiring creative experience", said CND Co-founder and Style Director Jan Arnold. "We were thrilled to find out that his collection is the perfect representation of CND’s Fall 2015 trend story, which combines his street mentality with elegant couture for a dark and edgy contrast."

Abstract shark teeth nails, inspired by baguettes on the sleeves of the Libertine garments, featured blinding gold studs in varying textures with one giant shark tooth extending halfway up the finger. Other models donned chandelier chains reminiscent of dripping melted gold, which were webbed together between the fingers for an over-the-top molten metal effect. The lavish 3D looks were tricked out with 2.500 hand-placed paillettes, 600 feet of gold chain and 110 individually sculpted shark teeth.



Par CP (dernière modification le 18/02/2015)





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