Sally Singer Designs Nail Art for Nowness

Sally Singer Nail Art Nowness

Photo courtesy of Raymond Meier/NOWNESS.com

"Celine Orange Nails," using Chanel Orange Fizz varnish.

Credit where credit is due: Sally Singer was one of the first fashion people to hitch a ride on the nail art bandwagon. We remember that several years back, she wrote an article for Vogue about getting 3-D manis at Valley. Now editor-in-chief of T, Singer continues to tend to her talons, using embellished tips as a contrast to her low-key, minimalist wardrobe. Now the multitasker has created a quintet of avant-garde manicures for Nowness. All five images, shot by Raymond Meier, can be seen on the site.

Sally Singer Nail Art Nowness

Photo courtesy of Raymond Meier/NOWNESS.com

"Kate Middleton Nails," using Chanel Blue Satin varnish and glitter powder for the crown.

Singer worked with manicurist Maki Sakamoto on the designs, which included lavender candied flowers for an "extravagant old lady" look, Day of the Dead-style skull nails, Kate Middleton-inspired royal blue glitter with heraldry symbols, and a more understated mani in Céline orange. "Taxi driver" nails are inspired by the beaded seats many New York cabbies favor. ("This would look good with Burberry’s spring collection,") Singer recommends. Why do we feel ourselves suddenly itching to hit the salon? Cue Kid Sister's "Pro Nails."

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