Pages

New deals listed daily – for every budget!

Save on your hotel - www.hotelscombined.com

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Nicky Hilton shows hint of a baby bump in clingy mini skirt and graphic blouse at Jeremy Scott NYFW show

Save on your hotel - www.hotelscombined.com

Nicky Hilton shows hint of a baby bump in clingy mini skirt and graphic blouse at Jeremy Scott NYFW show

http://easymese.blogspot.com/2016/02/nicky-hilton-shows-hint-of-baby-bump-in.html

It was revealed last month that she is expecting her first child with husband James Rothschild.
And Nicky Hilton showed off a hint of a baby bump on Monday as she attended the Jeremy Scott Fall 2016 show in New York.
The 32-year-old heiress donned a figure-hugging black mini skirt which she teamed with a Moschino blouse.
Scroll down for video



Spot the bump! Nicky Hilton showed a hint of a rounded tum at the Jeremy Scott Fashion Week show on Monday
Nicky Hilton, Charli XCX make their mark at NYFW event

Nicky Hilton, Charli XCX make their mark at NYFW event

http://easymese.blogspot.com/2016/02/nicky-hilton-shows-hint-of-baby-bump-in.htmlIt was revealed last month that she is expecting her first child with husband James Rothschild. And Nicky Hilton showed off a hint of a baby bump on Monday as she attended the Jeremy Scott Fall 2016 show in New York.The 32-year-old heiress donned a figure-hugging black mini skirt which she teamed with a Moschino blouse.

Posted by Oppo on Tuesday, February 16, 2016


She accentuated her slender pins with some fishnet tights and suede heels.
Hung gracefully on her right arm was a white Moschino handbag with gold chain detail.
Nicky's blonde locks were swept up tight in a bun and she wore thick black eyeliner to highlight her blue peepers.
She completed the look with pearl and diamond earrings.



Nicky sat on the front row in-between model Coco Rocha and celebrity gossip blogger Perez Hilton.
Coco, 27, turned heads in a black pencil skirt and blazer which featured a thick yellow ribbon in the style of caution tape pinned to the front.
Perez, 37, also did his best to stand out from the crowd in a oversize white fluffy coat, bright pink shoes and snazzy purple framed shades which he kept on despite the dark runway lighting.



Jeremy - who became creative director of Moschino in 2013 - revealed his colourful and zany collection with model Karlie Kloss leading a parade of glamorous space cowgirls down the runway to a soundtrack of new wave hits by Blondie and Devo.
Model Jourdan Dunn, photographer Terry Richardson and singer Justine Skye, all clad in bright Jeremy Scott creations, took in the event from the front row.
The supermodel opened the show, which the designer titled 'Cowboys and Poodles', wearing a green leopard print coat with bright yellow leather accents and black fur trim and was followed by girls wearing flashy western-style tops, cropped denim jackets, fringe-embellished leather pants and heeled rubber cowboy boots in a variety of neon hues.



Western elements were also seen in the form of cartoonish guitar-printed dresses and skirts and T-shirts emblazoned with an image of rodeo pin-up girls.
Metallic fabric and embellishments as well as star-shaped earrings gave the collection a futuristic twist.
Never one to take fashion too seriously, Jeremy also utilized images of the cartoon characters Ren and Stimpy from the 1990s Nickelodeon show of the same name. The animated animals appeared in astronaut outfits on shift dresses, cropped sweaters and cowboy boots.



Karlie closed the show in a black sequined one-shoulder dress with hot pink polka dots and fishnet tights, and was seen backstage before the catwalk even commenced having her normally poker straight hair teased into an elaborate beehive, which was supposed to represent the 'fun' found in Jeremy's bright and bold designs.
'It's sexy, big and trashy,' hairstylist Eugene Souleiman said backstage as he teased a model's hair. 'We're having fun - we're not holding back.'


Karlie Kloss on the runway for the Jeremy Scott Fashion Show


Karlie Kloss on the runway for the Jeremy Scott Fashion Show

http://easymese.blogspot.com/2016/02/nicky-hilton-shows-hint-of-baby-bump-in.htmlIt was revealed last month that she is expecting her first child with husband James Rothschild. And Nicky Hilton showed off a hint of a baby bump on Monday as she attended the Jeremy Scott Fall 2016 show in New York.The 32-year-old heiress donned a figure-hugging black mini skirt which she teamed with a Moschino blouse.

Posted by Oppo on Tuesday, February 16, 2016



And that sense of fun certainly helped to brighten what was an otherwise-dreary and grey New York day - although the snowy weather didn't seem to dampen the spirits of the show's celebrity attendees.
Actress and model Karrueche Tan and screen star Peyton List both trudged through the snow in order to sit front row at the catwalk show.
Peyton also chose to cover up, donning a long black jacket and black ankle boots in order to keep out the cold. She did however add a pop of color with her handbag, a bright blue cross-body purse.
Meanwhile Karrueche opted to show a little bit more skin, wearing a very low-cut dress, which had navy feathers covering the bottom half. She teamed that with a leather jacket, simple box clutch and covered up her feet in a pair of black ankle boots.



HOW TO GET JEREMY SCOTT'S GLAM COWGIRL LOOK AT HOME
Playing off of the cowgirls in space theme, MAC make-up artist Kabuki created a colorful look he described as 'pin-up girls with a pop twist.'



The standout element of the look was the bright fuchsia lip that Kabuki created using a combination of the brand's Candy Yum Yum and Pink Pigeon matte lipstick shades.
To contrast the lip, he added a sweep of custom-mixed blue eyeliner above the eyelid. He also fastened crystal-studded stars to the models' faces as a nod to both the American west and outer space.
The rest of the look was minimal - brushed brows, sheer foundation, a layer of black mascara and a wing tip of black eyeliner - to keep the appearance youthful.
'I wanted the look to feel girly, fresh and fun and very Jeremy Scott,' he said.
In the same vein, manicurist Miss Pop created a muted metallic look by layering OPI's white satin Kyoto of Pearl over neon colors like OPI Shorts Story, a vivid pink, and OPI I Just Can't Cope-acabana, a sunshine yellow.
The result, she told Daily Mail Online backstage at the show, reminds her of the pearlescent buttons on seen on western-style shirts.
Bigger was better for the hair look created by Wella Professionals global creative director Eugene Souleiman. 'We are literally teasing the heck out of hair, getting it as big as we can get it,' he said backstage.
The key product used to achieve the look was the brand's Sugar Lift, which the hairstylist applied into roots after blowing hair out for grip and hold.



No comments:

Post a Comment

sharing

We're Here for You

Save on your hotel - www.hotelscombined.com