The Most Marvelous Manicures From Fashion Month Spring 2022
Fashion Month Spring 2022 is history. We’ll certainly miss seeing all the cool clothes. But the beauty also offered plenty of inspo to tide us over until the Fall 2022 shows. Take the Spring 2022 makeup looks, which ran the gamut from natural to over the top. So did the Spring 2022 manicures in London, Milan and Paris.
Whether you prefer to keep it basically bare or you like to rock bright colors, this season supplied manicures to suit every single style. Want proof? Check out our recap of all the nifty nail art from New York Fashion Week Spring 2022.
A fan of pastels? Paul & Joe and Paul Costelloe have definitely got you covered. Looking to make more of a statement? See the extra long gold talons at Schiaparelli. If nail art is more your game, look to Ama Quashie’s painted phrases on digits at Simone Rocha. Or nail artist Sylvie Macmillan’s lime green rectangle nails boasting inward curves flaunted at Knwls. The fact is there was lots of nail inspo to go around.
Ready to make your nails the star of your own show? Keep reading to discover the best Spring 2022 manicures from London, Milan and Paris.
The emerald polish with a mirror chrome finish at Andreas Kronthaler for Vivienne Westwood really stood out.
For Schiaparelli, models wore the brand’s signature gold-plated nail accessories created by nail artist Huberte Cesarion. They also sported gold sunglasses and jewelry to match the nails.
No nail color screams spring quite like the pale yellow seen at Paul & Joe. The shade fit in well amidst the pastels and floral patterns of the collection and alongside the super fun face paint.
Nail artist Ama Quashie painted phrases like "I want to brush her hair" on models’ nails at Simone Rocha. The whimsical manis fit the vibe of the collection, which featured lots of lace and tulle.
The swinging 60s were back at Paul Costelloe. The lashes were spidery and the nails were the prettiest shade of baby blue.
Nail artist Sylvie Macmillan created a variety of dazzling manis for the adrenaline-themed Knwls show, including this lime green stunner. She used CND polishes and shaped nails into rectangles with inward curves.