The inspiration for designer Nicole Miller's exotic collection during Fashion Week was the beauty of Panamanian textiles combined with New York influences seen in embroidered garments, lively prints and multi-colored tweeds. In a beautiful contrast, the beauty look was rocky, irreverent and modern at the same time.
According to stylist Tomo Jidal, the hair was inspired by a modern French woman. Naturally textured manes as well as wavy curls accompanied by bangs were seen. To achieve the hairstyle, the expert used products from the PHYTO brand, creating waves in sections at once with a curling iron. "It is a bohemian-chic look and at the same time grunge," she stressed.
The smokey eye makeup added even more drama to the rocker air each model wore. "It's so simple and a look so quick to do," said makeup director Erin Parsons. To achieve this, the expert combined Maybelline's Lasting Drama Waterproof liner in Sleek Onyx and Glazed Toffee and applied it with her fingers. “The clothes have the air of a cool girl. They are clothes that will make any woman look cool, just like makeup.”
In contrast to relaxed hair and makeup looks, the manicures were structured and colorful. "There is a textile called mola, and that's where we got our inspiration from," said manicure manager Holly Falcone. To achieve the look they used the tones Ireland and Arizona, from the ZOYA brand, and used thin brushes to achieve the native print.