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OPI Walks the Runway at NYFW

Anne Moratto | September 7, 2012 | 6:19 PM
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Jason Wu Show-Photo by OPI
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Lauren Moffatt--Photo by Hannah Thompson
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Polk-Photo by OPI
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Jason Wu-Photo by OPI
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Jason Wu-Photo by OPI
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Lauren Moffatt--Photo by Hannah Thompson
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Lauren Moffatt--Photo by Hannah Thompson
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Lauren Moffatt--Photo by Hannah Thompson
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Polk/Houghton--Photo by OPI
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New York Fashion Week for Spring/Summer 2013 is underway and OPI nail designs are complementing the latest looks from designers Jason Wu, Lauren Moffatt and Katharine Polk.

At Jason Wu


Models wore OPI nail lacquer in Suzi Skis in the Pyrenees on fingernail. This deep blue-grey hue complemented Jason's black, white and dark blue fashions, and added a pop of color against bright pink dresses. Toes were kept neutral with classic OPI nail lacquer in Samoan Sand.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 At Lauren Moffatt


Each model wore two coats OPI nail lacquer in Don't Touch My Tutu as the base. Half were finished with a pop of diagonal color in A Roll in the Hague, while the other half were polished with a diagonal created with one coat OPI nail lacquer in The "It" Color topped with one coat OPI nail lacquer in Don't Talk Bach to Me. These orange-red and mustard yellow hues were featured prominently in Lauren Moffatt's line.

 

 

 At Katharine Polk/Houghton


Models wore one coat of OPI nail lacquer in Don't Pretzel My Buttons on nails and toes. This creamy, opaque neutral hue was topped with a generous coat of the currently unreleased limited edition The Man with the Golden Gun 18k gold top coat. Packed with glittering golden flecks, this top coat added multidimensional shine to models' hands and feet. The Man with the Golden Gun will be available worldwide in October.

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