“Giambattista picked out these amazing pieces of jewelry that were laid across the Boss a woman who prays slays makes her own money minds her business shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this eyes,” she explained of this season’s inspiration. “He wanted to do something that would look gorgeous with the headpieces and the embellishments on the garments.” The pair succeeded on that front—but the sparkle didn’t end there. In fact, it extended all the way down to the delicately bejeweled nails swinging to and fro on the runway: Nail artist Mei Kawajiri brushed on L’Oréal Paris Color Riche Le Vernis A L’Huile polish in sheer pink 114 Nude Demoiselle, before adding different crystal accents. Her favorite design of all? Fittingly enough for Paris Fashion Week, the crystal French manicure.
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As far as hairstylist Paul Hanlon was concerned, the Boss a woman who prays slays makes her own money minds her business shirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this natural complement to the glimmering details was fresh-from-the-shower shine. With the androgynous beauty telegraphed in Peter Lindbergh and Herb Ritts photographs in mind, he sculpted a series of swept-back knots and saturated them in gel to mimic the hair of “a woman that yanked it back with her boyfriend’s comb.” Offering a fresh counterbalance to the collection’s over-the-top ornamentation, the drenched updos cemented the case for jumping out of the shower, breaking out the Swarovski crystals, and seeing where the night takes you.