The Blonds' 'Good Girl Gone Bad' Nail Art Is Packing A Lot Of Heat (PHOTOS)

PHOTOS: Nail Art That Packs A Lot Of Heat

The Blonds sure know how to put on a runway show! We may never actually wear their outlandish threads, but designers Phillipe and David Blond are definitely ones to watch at New York Fashion Week.

Their Fall 2014 collection was inspired by classic comic book villains, including Cat Woman, Poison Ivy and The Joker. And of course, The Blonds teamed up with CND co-founder Jan Arnold this season to create "good girl gone bad" nail art to complement their dark and twisted designs.

The 23 unique manicure masterpieces were embellished with jagged vintage jewels, Swarovski crystals, chains, pearls, leather, glitter, foil and velvet. (We made sure to look with our eyes and not our hands.)

"Each of our models walks down the runway showcasing two incredible looks -- one on her body and one on her nails. You don’t see that at other shows," said The Blonds designers Phillipe and David Blond. And they are absolutely right about that!

One of our favorite looks was the stiletto-shaped metallic nails decked out with mini guns, bombs and artillery. The dangling "Bang" sign proved that this nail art is packing a lot of heat.

Check out all the "good girl gone bad" nail art from The Blonds' Fall 2014 show below.

the blonds nails fall 2014

the blonds nails fall 2014 nails

the blonds nails fall 2014

the blonds nails fall 2014

See how it all came together on the runway:

The Blonds Fall 2014 Collection

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