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As another NYFW comes to a close, we finally have time to catch our collective breath and take a good look at all the gorgeousness that came down the runways. It also gives us time to take a moment and recognize the talent, hard work, and creativity that goes into creating these fantastical looks.
One such hardworking talent is the fab Deborah Lippmann, who keyed the looks at Kate Spade, Edun, Zero + Maria Cornejo, Narciso Rodriguez, and Badgley Mischka this season. Lippmann is a well-known fixture at NYFW, with a reputation for coming up with classy yet creative new shades, designs, and color combos.
Always a giver, Lippmann allowed us to take a peek into her NYFW world. Check out this photo diary from the Kate Spade show — which the beauty department here generally agrees was one of the superstar nail looks of the season — to see how it came together and get inside the mind of this brilliant and talented lady.
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