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FASHION WEEK: The Blonds work with CND

Maggie Mulhern | July 10, 2011 | 11:17 PM

David and Phillipe Blond invited CND's Kristina Estabrooks to create an exciting nail design at their most recent New York Fashion Week "The Blonds" show.

The crushed glass and Swarovski crystal combination coatings on top of various Colour foundations including Girlie Pink, Eclectic Purple, and Anchor Blue made this a show to remember from head to toe.  More than 22 different nail looks (including hand-painted upside down Eiffel Tower manis) graced the catwalk in the groupings of "Showgirls" versus "Abbreviated Tuxedos" - and brought Barbie doll designs, sequined bikinis, Hollywood glamour and sexy, body-hugging corsets to life.

FASHION WEEK: The Blonds work with CND

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