New York Fashion Week’s Best Beauty Moments

From a matte orange lip to a bleach blond hair, these are the standout looks from New York Fashion Week Spring 2017.

Backstage at Jason Wu Spring 2017. Photo by Kate Owen.

A Bold Lip

At Jason Wu’s Spring 2017 show, makeup artist Yadim added an electric pop of color with a matte orange lip color.

Backstage at Monse Spring 2017. Photo by Chris Schoonover.

A Nod to Nude

Inspired by Monse’s women of Wall Street, nail artist Madeline Poole created a cool French manicure look that felt totally cool and downtown.

Backstage at Ryan Roche Spring 2017. Photo by Alex Hodor Lee.

Bun Heads

Hairstylist James Pecis took the ballet theme at Ryan Roche’s Spring 2017 show seriously. To compliment a performance by Russian ballet dancer Julien Mckay, Pecis used fabric from the collection to weave the hair into a bun.

Backstage at Alexander Wang Spring 2017.

Bleach Blondes

Legendary hairstylist Guido Palau has a history of transforming models with life-changing cuts. For the Alexander Wang Spring 2017 show, he cropped and bleached the hair of 18 eager models.

Backstage at Victoria Beckham Spring 2017. Photo courtesy of the designer.

Classic Beauties

The beauty look at Victoria Beckham’s Spring 2017 show was all about beautiful, flawless skin, thanks to makeup guru Pat McGrath, and sultry, minimalist eyeshadow, courtesy of the designer’s new limited-edition collaboration with Estée Lauder. The shiny hair courtesy of Guido Palau was just as nice.

Backstage at Altuzarra 2017. Photo by Mark Hartman.

Good Grease

Tom Pecheux gave the girls a just stepped out of the ocean dew with a glossy wash of orange and black on the lid. The sweaty, wet eye was fresh and chic.

Backstage at Proenza Schouler Spring 2017. Photo courtesy of Bumble and bumble.

Eccentric Ears

Makeup artist Diane Kendal added alternating touch of yellow and white to the ears of the models at Proenza Schouler’s Spring 2017 show. It was a standout moment of the week that would make Diana Vreeland proud.

Thom Browne Spring 2017. Courtesy of Bumble and bumble.

Barbie Bump

Hairstylist Jimmy Paul did the ’60s right at Thom Browne’s Spring 2017 show.

Backstage at Rodarte Spring 2017. Photo by Olivia Locher.

Do It Yourself

At Rodarte, manicurist Tracylee traced the cuticle edge with glitter polish for a fresh take of negative space that was both grown-up and feminine; makeup artist James Kaliardos created a barely-there, radiant makeup look, and hairstylist Odile Gilbert left the hair messy and natural. All of that added up to an appealing take on DIY. “Everyone always asks if they can get these looks at home,” Gilbert said. “This one, you can!”

Backstage at Brandon Maxwell Spring 2017. Photo by Katie Thompson.

Oscar-Worthy Glamour

Makeup artist Tom Pecheux’s sublime take on glamour at Brandon Maxwell’s Spring 2017 show took form in the splash of gold pigment along the models’ cheeks and temples, which had a thin veil of foundation on top.

Backstage at Michael Kors Spring 2017. Photo by Olivia Locher.

Pretty In Pink

At Michael Kors’ Spring 2017 show, makeup artist Dick Page used the perfect shade of just-kissed pink on the models’ lips.

Backstage at Boss Spring 2017. Photo by Olivia Locher.

A Nod to Mod

At Boss, most of the models had their hair pulled into tight, messy ponytails by hairstylist Guido Palau. Model Lineisy Montero’s afro, however, got an extra circular boost and was the standout look of the show.

Backstage at Marc Jacobs Spring 2017. Photo by Olivia Locher.

Rainbow Rave

In a week of super wearable beauty looks, the rainbow dreads at Marc Jacobs by Guido Palau were the fantasy moment we all were waiting for, period.

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