July 25 2014

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Last-Minute Halloween Tips



We saw more solid paint jobs on the runway than we did nail art, although there were a few exceptions—such as Emerson‘s punklike striped tips adorned with safety pins and Rebecca Minkoff‘s impressive Day of the Dead designs (seen above). But one place that is never short of manicure inspiration is Pinterest. We scoured the site for some of our favorite Halloween-worthy tips that make the perfect finishing touch to any costume. Or if you’re like me and have yet to figure out what you’re putting on this evening, at least you’ll know what your fingers will be wearing.

National Cat Day happened this week—keep the spirit alive.

The only time we condone Christmas in October is when it involves skeletons and pinstripes reminiscent of Tim Burton’s holiday classic.

A monster mash-up: Prabal Gurung blood-splattered tips circa Spring 2013 meet Giles‘ Spring 2014 Katie Grand lip prints.

Mod white nails get an eight-legged update.

Photos: top, Courtesy of Rebecca Minkoff; blood-drip nails (third photo in series),

Beauty 411: Rebecca Minkoff


Rebecca Minkoff

For California-bred, New York-based designer Rebecca Minkoff, it all really started with a bag. Specifically, a very cheekily named bag. Minkoff launched her eponymous line back in 2001, and though she quickly earned major buzz for a series of customized “I Love NY” tees, widespread success would come in 2005 with the Morning After bag. An immediate favorite among cool-girl fashion insiders, the now-iconic carryall essentially cemented Minkoff’s reputation as an accessories guru. After dipping her toe back into apparel in 2009, Minkoff now boasts a fully realized line with countless fans, many a celebrity among them. And they are likely all waiting with bated breath for New York fashion week to commence in a few days so they sneak a peek at her latest spring collection, which, according to Minkoff, pulls inspiration from a range of influential Latin American women—from Bianca Jagger and Frida Kahlo to Carolina Issa and Alice Dellal. “The result was American sportswear-inspired pieces with strong Latin American details, like bursts of color, saturated prints, rich textures, and intricate embroidery,” Minkoff shares. “I’m especially excited about the floral prints; they’re so vivid and fun!” Here, she takes a break from fashion-week prep to share some of her local beauty favorites.

THE MANE KEEPER: Vanessa at Butterfly Studio Salon

“Vanessa is my go-to. She recently convinced me to cut my hair, and I have to say, I’m so glad she did! She also achieved the perfect wave for my hair—no one else does it like her.”

149 Fifth Ave., 2nd floor, NYC, (212) 253-2100;


“I love going to Joanna for an oxygen facial. Once fashion week is over, getting a facial is one of the first things I do.”

501 Fifth Avenue, Suite 2011, NYC, (212) 949-2350;


“I love getting gel nails because I hate when [regular polish] chips. My go-to shade lately has been white.”

THE BROW GROOMER: Christina at Butterfly Studio Salon

“Christina keeps my eyebrows thick and gives them a really great shape.”

149 Fifth Avenue, 2nd floor, NYC, (212) 253-2100;


“I love its hot-stone and aromatherapy massages. The new space at The Surrey is so tranquil and chic.”

Cornelia Spa at The Surrey, 20 East 76th Street, NYC, (646) 358-3600;

THE WORKOUT MASTER: Kelvin Gary at Body Space Fitness

“Kelvin is my personal trainer who I go to twice a week for one-on-one intense cardio and resistance sessions.”

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THE REGULAR DETOX: BluePrint Cleanse

“I like to do a juice cleanse at least once every other month. Usually I mix it up with different cleanses, but BluePrint is one of my favorites.”

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“My favorites skincare products come from June Jacobs—I love that they’re all-natural and organic. For hair, I use Tresemmé and Living Proof because they have the greatest antifrizz products. And my most-used makeup items are Stila Lip Stain in Cherry Crush, Stila mascara, and Giorgio Armani foundation.”


“It’s a combination of masculine and feminine scents, and not everyone wears it, so it feels very unique. It has been my regular fragrance for more than a year now.”

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Photo: Danielle Kosann/The New Potato