New York designer Donna Karan celebrated the free and eclectic spirit of urban fashion in her hometown with the Spring / Summer 2015 collection from her broadcast line, DKNY. Geometric prints stole the show in both high-impact black and white outfits and parka-style coats in vibrant blue and red tones. The final touch was given by the colorful sports shoes and the original platform sandals that the models wore. A comfortable and very fashionable bet.
"She is that girl that we see walking in the summer and she looks fresh and bright despite the humidity and heat." This is how makeup artist Yadim describes the look he created for this show. She applied Maybellne's Fit Me Foundation in a shade darker than that of the models' skin to make it look even with the tan on their bodies, used beige eyeshadow, and applied blush running down her nose, chin, and some cases the décolletage.
Stylist Eugene Souleiman paid tribute to the hip-hop culture of the 90s with braided hairstyles and tails with zig-zag separations. The strands of hair in curved lines seemed to stick to the forehead thanks to several layers of Wella's Sculpt Force gel. "It's about the energy of youth," said Souleiman.
“Last season all designers wanted neutral beige nails. This time they want a very natural, matte finish, almost as if they weren't wearing enamel,”explained Essie's manicurist Michelle Saunders.