The disco age meets modern girl was the beauty vibe at the colorful Kate Spade presentation.
Hair (Tommy Buckett for Garnier): Disco glam, “Andy Warhol party hair.” It was a 70s tease with volume at the roots, lots of shine, and a bouncy curl at the ends. Some girls had a low bun chignon, products from Garnier.
Nails (Deborah Lippmann): “Kate Spade nails are an accessory,” Lippmann said. There were two looks: “Pink with a zing,” which was a mixture of three colors or a “shiny shiny black.” Nails were long and almond shaped with a pyramid stud at the base (bought from MJ Trimming in NYC.) Lippmann’s advice when it comes to appliques? “Less is more!”
Makeup (Neil Scibelli for Jouer): “So much of the look is an ode to NY. It’s a winged black cat eye and the statement piece is the red bold lip,” Scibelli said. Indeed, we’ve seen countless girls sporting this look both backstage and in the front row at fashion shows this week.