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NY Fashion Week Nail Watch – L.A.M.B.

By on September 9, 2007
in NY Fashion Week S/S 08 with 4 Comments

To go along with Gwen Stefani’s mod themed L.A.M.B. collection filled with black and white emsembles sprinkled with punches of red, the models wore reverse french manis with bright white bases and dark black tips.




Of course not to stray from her signature look, Gwen sported red nails. How adorable is that family?

photos: Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week and Style.com

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Does this mean that all-white nails are “in” for fall? I can’t find many other people who are talking about it, but I like it. It’s bold like black nails, but sweeter.

  2. CincyFan says:

    Anon – This week’s fashion shows are actually for Spring/Summer 2008 so they’re showing what they think will be “in” for next year.

    Though people are throwing the old fashion rules out the window, like no white after Labor Day, so if you like the look wear it now.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I’ve searched the net over for pictures of all-white nails, and I’ve only found one. Terribly disappointing, as I really liked the look of the models at the LAMB show.

    What do you think of this trend? Any advice for wearing white nails? Also, which shades do you recommend? I’ve looked at pictures of Chanel’s Ceramic Blanc, but it looks more silvery/pearlish than white. Also, a little too opaque for me.

    On two completely unrelated notes, I love, love, love your blog (check it everyday!), and Orly’s Coffee Break wears like a dream.

  4. Lizy says:

    White nails always look good.Nice blog about nails.I like the models
    desginer shoes very much.

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