Christian Siriano Nail Art

Christian Siriano Designs His Own Nail Art Collection

Do you like changing up your manicure look on a whim? Or testing out elaborate nail art without any long-term commitment or hassle? Then Christian Siriano’s latest beauty collaboration is sure to impress you! That’s right: the fashion designer just revealed that he has teamed up with KISS’ imPRESS nail art to create a line of shoppable press-on nails that will work with any high-fashion look.

The designer is known for having his models wear bold and vibrant manicure looks when they participate in his runway shows. KISS was even the official brand of Christian Siriano’s latest New York Fashion Week runway show, with artists for the brand creating vibrant and textured looks to accompany his Spring 2018 catwalk styles. The press-on nails in Christian’s imPRESS collection are modeled after the exact designs that he sent down the runway. That means you’ll be able to channel the designer’s true inspirations when you rock them yourselves.

Christian shared the official campaign video for his launch on Instagram – which features highlights from his S/S 18 show, revealing that we can expect his full nail line to drop online on November 1.

Here’s an example of one of our favorite graphic patterns from his runway collection, as modeled by Coco Rocha.

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“My Spring 2018 collection feels like a dream, almost a psychedelic hallucination of what’s inside my fantasy greenhouse. All the different plants and flowers inside come to life in the most romantic and beautiful way,” Christian shared about his designs, which translate directly into his nail art. “I’ve used a bright and bold color palette, including electric fuchsia evening looks, sunny yellow day dresses, and grass green suiting. The collection is playful, bold, and feminine: a perfect mix of something new and exciting for our customer.”

Clearly we can expect to see some beautiful works of (nail) art out of this collection.

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