Honor Spring 2014 fashion show at New York Fashion Week 2013 showcased models with clean and sophisticated looks
Hairstylist James Pecis described the look as young and playful but something that evolves into a sophisticated look.
"They came to me and said that they want something that would represent where one thing ends, something new begins. It’s supposed to be an optimistic, positive view on that. You know, sometimes things in life end, like a break up, but is actually a good thing."
As a result, "the final look is a side ponytail, off to the left side, pulled semi-smooth with some texture. So that’s where one thing finishes. Where it starts, it’s going to be curled and we added a little bit of volume through the ends."
The tiny, metallic flowers used in the models’ hair can be bought from Mia Beauty.
As for the makeup, it was soft and feminine, soft and hazy makeup was seen on the runway.
Makeup artist Romy Soleimani says: "It’s all about this hazy shape, almost as if looking through a piece of chiffon, no define edges or lines…nothing severe or hard, just really hazy and soft."
"Similar to some of the “chiffony” colors in the collection, a pale mauve color for the lips was used to pull the look together."
Deborah Lippmann’s runway nail-art was inspired by a Tabitha Simmons shoe. It was a mid-length pointed nail, with a Swarovski rhinestone pyramid at the base of the nail.