Two important make-up beauty trends to rock this year. One look is super natural with glowing skin -- perfect to wear during the day, and the other is an edgy update for the evening. Both are inspired by seasoned make-up artists straight from NYFW.
Last week, during NYFW when most of the mainstream media and high-end, luxury fashion brands obsessed over who's who in the front rows of those runway shows, there was something far more creative going on at Pier 94.
Set to a soundtrack mix composed by Kingdom, the OC runway show featured New York City Ballet dancers starting off with a series of (not-so-seemingly) intentional falls. These fake-outs were part of a modern dance routine orchestrated by renowned choreographer Justin Peck.
It may be a little early to start making New Years resolutions, but I pledge to break from traditional shades of fabric and start wearing brighter colors. I will also start wearing more feminine silhouettes like the models of Nanette's Leopore's Spring/Summer presentation.
ESSENCE, a media company dedicated to celebrating African American women, hosted its 2nd annual Essence Street Style Block Party during New York Fashion Week. This event brought out Brooklyn's flyest streetwear. Check it out below!