The Best 10 Nail Art Ideas from NYFW Spring 2015

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New York Fashion Week Spring 2015 shows surprised us with abundance of nail art! In the past, not many designers dared to take things further than plain nails. This year, nail art is everywhere. Speaking of NYFW Spring 2015 nail trends, without doubt negative space nail art is dominating. From complex geometric cut out nails like at Kye to a simple vertical line at Nonoo – in the new season, negative space nails are done in all shapes and colours. Other popular trends – traditionally, all kinds of French manicures, like the silver tips at Alon Livne, and also unexpected 3-D looks like smudged Ruffian nails at Rodarte and pearl nails at Honor.

Without further ado, here’s the best 10 NYFW manicures. Chic, easy to do and super wearable – these nail art ideas are totally worth trying now!

 1. Alon Livne Spring 2015

The futuristic silver-tipped French manicure was created by Holly Falcone using KISS Products, Inc. To do these nails follow this Upgraded French Nails tutorial.

nail trends Alon Livne new york fashion week spring 2015

2. Ann Yee Spring 2015

The bold blue and white striped nail wraps designed by Ann Yee and created by Inni complement the models’ bright red lips. If you want to to paint nails like this refer to this Red Stripes nail art tutorial.

Ann Yee New York Fashion Week Spring 2015 1

3. Carmen Marc Valvo Spring 2015

In honor of designer Carmen Marc Valvo’s silver anniversary, an edgy silver and black Ruffian manicure was created by Gina Edwards with Morgan Taylor polish. To learn how to do this mani refer to this Ruffian nails tutorial.

nails at Carmen Marc Valvo New York Fashion Week Spring 2015

4. Charlotte Ronson Spring 2015

A modern twist on the half-moon manicure with cutout half-moons on three nails, and the filled-in half moons on two nails, created by Miss Pop using OPI That’s Hula-rious colour. To get the look either use stickers or simply paint the perfect moons with a striping nail art brush – see this tutorial.

nails at Charlotte ronson new york spring 2015

5. Creatures of Comfort Spring 2015

Another great negative space nail art created by Zoya manicurists using the Earth-toned colors Tomoko and Farah. To get the look apply nail art stencils on bare nails and then paint the two separated parts in different colours. Remove the stencils and seal your manicure with a high gloss top coat.

nails at creatures of comfort New York Fashion Week Spring 2015

6. Cushnie et Ochs Spring 2015

Glittering gold half-moons manicure created by Madeline Poole with Christian Louboutin’s Nudes Collection beautifully complemented the jewellery at Cushnie et Ochs. To get the look use French manicure stickers as per this tutorial.

nails at Cushnie et Ochs new york spring 2015

7. Desigual Spring 2015

Funky tropical nail art is perfect for warmer months. Adriana Lima looks stunning with these nails, isn’t she?!

nails at Desigual New York Fashion Week Spring 2015 Desigual New York Fashion Week Spring Summer 2015

8. Kate Spade New York Spring 2015

Simple yet effective nail art created by Deborah Lippmann – perfect nail art for day time. To get the look, either paint a line of black polish with a striping brush or simply apply black striping tape over light nude polish.

nails Kate Spade beauty New-York-Spring-2015

9. Kye Spring 2015

Bold black and white negative space nail art created by Rose Velez-Miggins for INMnails. To get the look follow this nail tutorial.

negative space nails Kye New York Fashion Week Spring 2015

10. Zimmermann Spring 2015

Metallic, negative-space sideways French manicure perfect for summer parties or a special occasion. To re-create this look – follow this Sideways Ruffian Nails tutorial.

Zimmermann beauty nails spring 2015

PC: makeupforlife, getty, zoya, OPI, INM.

What nail design is your favorite?

– Maria, xx

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