Del Sol Nail Polish Part of New York Fashion Week Look

New York Fashion Week’s Creatures of Comfort Fashion Show featured one of Del Sol’s color-changing nail polishes. Models wore the nude polish (without sun) to go with a gold-leaf plated nail design, created by manicurist Alicia Torello, which changed to a soft yellow with sunlight. The models’ looks from the show highlighted in Marie Claire are wearing this gold-leaf design with Del Sol polish.

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At Creatures of Comfort, it was all about the beach vacation.
By Marie Claire’s Tara Lamont-Djite

marie claire spotlight of Creatures of Comfort fashion show

The most frustrating thing about fashion week? You can’t wear the clothes until next season. At today’s Creatures of Comfort presentation, we couldn’t help but wish almost every piece could magically appear in our closets. “I was inspired by beach vacations and being carefree,” designer Jade Lai said backstage. “I imagined lucky girls who jetted from beach to beach and wore breezy, carefree island clothes.”

Lai’s message was conveyed through relaxed silhouettes—think oversized white shirts, loose pants, simple shift dresses, and prints that were perfect for relaxing poolside, sets including cutout island scenes and rock sculptures. In our minds, Creatures of Comfort Spring 2014 was the perfect collection for looking easy and breezy during the summer months.

marie claire spotlight of Creatures of Comfort fashion show

marie claire spotlight of Creatures of Comfort fashion show

One thought on “Del Sol Nail Polish Part of New York Fashion Week Look

  1. Love, angel, music, baby – This is the gold version of the new semi-matte satin finish, and I have to say that I totally love it. First of all, it’s a perfect shade of gold. It’s a champagne gold with cool undertones and a very sparkly shimmer – just the sort of gold that I love. The satin finish on this reminds me of the Layla soft touch polishes. It’s silky smooth and definitely a satin finish. The base colour of this is really similar OPI Honey Ryder, and I think this pair would make some lovely nail art combos with the two different textures. These photos are two coats with no top coat.

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