At fashion shows, the designer work closely with their backstage beauty teams to create nail looks that reflect the new collection.
HELLO! Online went backstage at Erdem to see nail brand Essie give the models a white, layered three-tone look that perfectly matched the stunning monochrome offerings that the designer sent down the runway.
Elsewhere, Michael Van Der Ham joined forces with CND to create a smudged Monet art effect and the Vivienne Westwood models showed off deliberately broken, bright red talons.
Michael Van Der Ham paired with CND to create a Monet smudge effect
Each model sported a bespoke pattern
Nail brand Essie give the Erdem models a white, layered three-tone look that perfectly matched the stunning monochrome offerings that the designer sent down the runway
Cracked monochrome nails at Sophia Webster
Also at Sophia Webster, multi-coloured leopard print and candy stripes
Deliberately broken nails reflected Vivienne Westwood's typically controversial collection
A close up of the Vivienne Westwood nails
A khaki hue, entitled 'Power Clutch' at Simone Rocha
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