Nails were a big focus again for MBFW Australia 2017.
Partnering with some of the biggest and most successful fashion labels in Australia and internationally, FABY Nails were honoured to work with the following designers.
Sass & Bide
Hansen & Gretel
Bec & Bridge
Michael Lo Sordo
Ginger & Smart
We Are Kindred
It was an all or nothing approach to hands and toes at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia 2018.
Dark and dramatic shades were chosen, such as midnight blue, black, bold reds and vibrant corals combined with nudes. The nudes were not your normal sheer nudes, stylists chose opaque nudes with more depth or extra layering was placed on sheer nudes to give nails the look of being healthy and vibrant.
Sass & Bide:
In contract to the bold colours and textures a contrasting colour tone of black and white were chosen for the hands and feet. The model wore Moon Skin by FABY on hand – a sheer off-white nude that offers a hint of shimmer and movement and Black is Black by FABY on toes
The catwalk exploded with an assortment of colours and textures. The signature colour tone being a vibrant coral orange which was chosen for the models to wear on their hands. First Lights of Dawn by FABY.
Hansen & Gretel:
The collection was fun flirty and definitely tropical – Gidget on Safari, with Leopard print and the quintessential Hawaiian floral print featured throughout the collection, nails were kept to the minimum. Starting with a FABY Base coat, to give depth, the models wore 3 coats of a sheer nude, Everything You Touch by FABY.
Bec & Bridge:
What’s New Pussycat?
The team at Bec and Bridge showed a new colourful side with this collection, matching leather with colbolt blue suede and pokadot dresses. The biggest notable difference was the plunging necklines and exposed shoulders.
3 Coats of Dusting Sugar by FABY on Hands – sheer nude with a shimmery after tone.
100% Cashmere by FABY Nature on the toes – a neutral opaque nude that offers more depth.
Commenting on the colour tones chosen, Karon McKendrick-Taylor; “This shear shade gives the nail that clean crisp finish to this relaxed look and complements the diverse collection from the fitted blazer to pooka dot dress leather pants and lace tops. Bec and Bridge have texture, colour and frill so Faby have kept it simple here. 100% Cashmere from FANY NATURE collection for the toes hides any imperfections there and again can work with anything you through at it.
Michael Lo Sordo:
A rich cerise red was to key colour tone featured in Michael’s collection. The rich textures of the collection were intriguing and engaging. FABY’s Chilli Potion on hands.
Ginger & Smart:
A solid neutral warm natural tone on hands – Gingerbread by FABY.
A strong dark midnight blue was chosen for the toes – Paris by Night by FABY.
We Are Kindred:
Celebrating all things feminine and fabulous, the dynamic sister duo created a collection that celebrating girls. Frilled bikinis, oversized sleeves, revamped vintage dresses in floral and pastel prints – simply divine.
Hands and toes featuring a mocca colour tone – Via Montenapoleone by FABY.
Clean, crisp, fresh and tailored. Trench coat, shirt dresses and shirts with oversized sleeves and tailored cuffed in contrasting colours - this will become the quintessential shirt label that everyone must have in their wardrobe.
The nails were kept nude and clean using an opaque nude in an eggshell nude; FABY’s My Little Secret.
FABY Nail Couture is the most innovative and forward thinking professional nail brand that has fashion at its fingertips. The lacquer shades are styled and designed in Italy.
FABY believe nail lacquer as an expression of style. With over 300 lacquer shade to express that style, FABY is fashionable, fabulous and unforgettable.
FABY is Cruelty Free, Vegan and Big 10 Free. Made without Formaldehyde, Toluene, Diputyl Phthalate (DBP), Camphor, Formaldehyde Resin, Ethyl Tosylamide, Triphenyl Phosphate (TPHP), Acetone, Parabens and Lead.
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