The Fashion Month's Top 5 Nail Trends  

The era of the subtle manicure is here, influenced by celebrities like Rosalía and Iris Law. Extensions are becoming less common as natural, short nail art gains popularity.  

The subtle manicure trend, championed by celebrities like Rosalía and Iris Law, is in full swing, with natural, short nail art replacing extensions.  

Nail guards made a major comeback this season; we're not sure if it's because Gladiator 2 is coming out later this year.  

GLADIATOR NAIL GUARDS

Pointy red nails are always fashionable, but Moschino and Marine Serre reminded us why this color and form combination will always be a classic pair, especially when applied with an extremely glossy finish and wrapped around quirky accessories.  

CRUELLA CLAWS

Consider the transparent glitter French tips and fluffy metallic stars at Christian Cowan, or Chillhouse's press-ons with a disco vibe that were shown at the Bronx and Banco event.  

CELESTIAL SPARKLES

Models at Luar strutted the catwalk, their Renaissance paintings sliced into fragments for personalized press-ons. In the meantime, gold 3D patterns were also applied to the pinky nails to resemble museum-quality frames.   

REGAL DECALS

The lowest portion of the nail was completely bare at the Vivienne Westwood exhibition in Paris, denoting the lunula, or the crescent-shaped base of the nail, which is rarely given attention.   

UPSIDE-DOWN DESIGNS

Chemena Kamali made her Chloé debut at Paris Fashion Week by bringing back the bohemian girl, or the new (old) It girl who never wears anything more than a barely noticeable manicure.   

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