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London Fashion Week day 4 & 5: Nails to note

By Rebecca Hitchon | 23 February 2022 | Events, News

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London Fashion Week concluded its showcase of autumn/winter styling yesterday, with an array of not only spectacular fashion choices but also nail looks. Here, Scratch takes a look at the nail styles not to miss from the last two days of Fashion Week.


For the Emilia Wickstead showcase, it was app for at-home beauty treatments, LeSalon, that was used to source techs for this glossy black nail style, created using Nailberry products.

You can always expect Vivienne Westwood fashion to be bold so it’s no surprise that each nail look for her autumn/winter 2022 collection, created by Cherrie Snow and her team, was equally impactful.


Session tech, Adam Slee, was behind this simple but effective line nail art design that matched the models’ makeup at the Roksanda show.

Using Dr. Barbara Sturm and Peacci products, Lauren Michelle Pires and her team created these stunning sheer nails for models walking the Supriya Lele runway.


Nail looks for the Erdem show were sponsored by Bio Sculpture, with Jessica Thompson and her team in charge of the nude manis sported by the models.


For PAUL & JOE’s fashion week show, session manicurist Sabrina Gayle created this alternative French manicure, featuring reflective gold tips.


Timeless red, black and nude manis were the chosen nail looks for Feng Chen Wang’s autumn/winter collection showcase, with London at-home beauty booking service, Ruuby, behind the styles.


For the Rejina Pyo runway, Simone Cummings and her team used the peach manipedi scrub and cream, vanilla manipedi mask, and cuticle oil from Peacci’s skincare range, as well as Tribe Pro Tools, to create this natural nail look.


Nail tech, Anh Hoang, created these beaded nail designs to match the jewellery worn by models at Georgios Trochopoulos’ London Fashion Week debut.


Branding meets nail styling in this baby pink design using extreme length enhancements for Western Affair, again by Anh Hoang.

Explore our roundup of nail looks to note from the first three days of London Fashion Week here, and find out about Scratch‘s experience backstage with the nail team for the Ozwald Boateng show here.