February 13, 2013

More OPI Fashion Week News!!

OPI is having a seriously busy fashion week! Find out what shades were used at Lauren Moffatt, Joanna Mastroianni and Chloë Sevigny for Opening Ceremony after the jump! HINT- ONE OF THEM USED MY PRIVATE JET!!!!

OPI joined Chloë Sevigny for Opening Ceremony at its official New York Fashion Week debut Saturday. Inspired by the Occupy Wall Street movement, the line had a ‘60s flare featuring a color palette of black, pink, baby blue and cream. OPI nail lacquer in My Very First Knockwurst, which was also worn by Sevigny for the collection’s Fall/Winter 2013 look book, added a warm neutral complement to the eclectic clothing.
The presentation was held at St. Mark’s in the Bowery and featured five girl bands playing songs round-robin style while the models, including designer Sevigny, held signs with rotating slogans. 

OPI joined designer Joanna Mastroianni at New York Fashion Week at Lincoln Center. Models walked the runway in black, gold, silver and bronze dresses, with other garments featuring bolder, jewel-toned hues of ruby red and amethyst. The rich, metallic hues seen throughout the line were continued with nails, which were polished to a graphite silver sheen by layering OPI nail lacquer in Lucerne-tainly Look Marvelous over OPI nail lacquer in My Private Jet.

Designer Lauren Moffatt’s Catskills-inspired Fall/Winter 2013 collection debuted last week and featured OPI. Models sporting woodsy/country chic clothes and Moffatt’s new line of winter accessories were manicured with the pinky nude shade Don’t Pretzel My Buttons. This hue was topped with an uneven coat of OY – Another Polish Joke! at the free edge, with Glitzerland added over this color for a dipped-metallic effect. The neutral but sparkly look added glam to Moffatt’s rustic prints and complemented gold jewelry that was prominently featured. 

I think I may have to try My Private Jet under Lucerne-tainly Look Marvelous!!

Photos from Lauren Moffatt's show courtesy of Hannah Thomson. All other images courtesy of OPI.

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