Kate Spade's fall 2013 presentation was like stepping inside the high-energy, high-glam Studio 54. The designer's homage to her hometown during the '70s translated into shocking pink numbers, disco hair, a sexy cat-eye and bold red lips. Manicurist Deborah Lippmann turned things up a notch at the fashion party with sassy almond-shaped nails.
The models sported two different colored manis accented with a pyramid stud, reminiscent of the hardware found in Spade's collection. Some of the girls flashed a "pink zing" shade customized by layering Amazing Grace (an opaque white), I Kissed a Girl (a popping pink) and Between The Sheets (a vivid fuchsia), while the others donned an edgy black hue using two coats of Fade to Black. A gold pyramid stud, strategically place one-eighth of an inch above the cuticle in the center, completed the look.
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