Kate Spade New York Shows the Highest Ponytail We've Ever Seen
The beauty look at Kate Spade Fall 2014 was inspired by travels to the Eastern Hemisphere, meaning the hair was superhigh and the skin was glowing. "The clothes have a versatility, and we wanted the makeup to translate from work to night. I think luminosity is something we can all relate to," said lead makeup artist Lyne Desnoyers with MAC Cosmetics.
The ponytail height varied depending on each model's headwear (hats were a predominant theme at the presentation). Hairstylist Tommy Buckett used Garnier Disorder Power Gel and a Mason Pearson brush to slick back hair, and both high and low ponytails were wrapped with a leather strip.
Finally, Deborah Lippmann loved the nail look for Kate Spade New York so much, she did it in herself! The long almond-shaped nails were topped with her Naked polish for a neutral finish.