The story behind MoYou Nail Fashion

March 09, 2017

The story behind MoYou Nail Fashion

Moyou's all-new collection of nail sets is inspired by some of the biggest fashion icons of our time.

Fashion icons don't get much bigger than the inimitable style maven Anna Wintor, editor of American Vogue. Notorious for her haughty froideur, when she's not busy running the world's largest style-bible she can be seen at the front row of all the major fashion weeks wearing her distinctive blend of sharp tailoring, punchy prints and ever-present sunglasses. Like Anna Wintour, American fashion icon Olivia Palermo is famous for her polished, glossy style. Rising to fame in US reality show 'The City' Olivia has since carved out a name for herself as a highly-respected stylist, designer and fashion blogger. Moving from the front row to the catwalk itself, British supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whitely is admired the world over for her flawless peaches-and-cream complexion, pillowy lips and flawless style. Originally from Devon, UK, Rosie has conquered the global catwalk representing countless big-name fashion brands. Another Brit dominating the world-wide fashion scene is high-end shoe designer Sophia Webster, known for designing beautiful shoes with a distinctive playful twist. Her luxurious creations are sophisticated, chic and decidedly feminine.

Moving from fashion royalty to real royalty brunette beauty Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, has wowed audiences across the globe with her impeccable fashion choices and upmarket approach to trends. Since her romantic involvement with Prince William, Kate's style has progressed from scruffy to sleek and now she rarely leaves the media's 'best-dressed' lists. Like Kate after her, the late Princess Diana is also known the world over for her iconic, classic style. No royal before or since has quite managed to emulate Diana's elegance and beauty. Fictional heroine Belle, from iconic movie Beauty and the Beast, is another royal trendsetter. With a remake of the original movie being released in 2017, we predict porcelain skin and full-skirts to make a comeback.

For those who like their fashion a little edgier the late Amy Winehouse is another unforgettable icon, as known for her quirky fashion sense as for her musical talent. From sailor tattoos to a towering beehive hair-do, her look is instantly recognisable. Like Amy, British designer Dame Vivienne Westwood has music at the very heart of her aesthetic. Although the punk-rock trend she spearheaded in the 1970's has ended, punk's anarchic spirit remains within Dame Vivienne's unique, off-centre designs.

Last but by no means least is one of the most iconic superstars of all time, movie star Marilyn Monroe. Her platinum hair, full pout and dazzling curves have fascinated legions of fans since her heyday in the 1950's. Although decades have passed since her death, she remains the byword for high-octane glamour and sex-appeal.