Lauren Ezersky shares some of the insider secrets at fashion week.
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Audra: Fashion week in the Big Apple, our Lauren Ezersky gets a chance to heat up some of her favorite designers. And, let’s us sit on some of the secrets about getting that couture look at home. Here she is. Lauren: We are backstage this fashion week for fall 2010 and we’re going to go find her, yes we are. Nanette: The layering this season is really fun that we’ve added lots of sort of industrial fabrics against shiny beautiful really more fragile beaded things. So that you get this nice high mo. and it’s easy to mix the fancier pieces into your wardrobe, mix them with something more casual. You could wear it during the day, wear it out to dinner and not feel like you’re over dressed. But, the best thing about this season is, we’re using beautiful velvets again. And then, the fluidity and the color, they’re just so sumptuous and gorgeous. So there’s this 4 evening gowns at the end of the show that are just spectacular, and the colors are amazing. Lauren: So what is the make-up today? Man 1: The make-up today is very beautiful blending. A bit of smoky eye. It’s just a black pen to smolder from Mac. Just a real, not like a grandma, just basically cool, think about like Kate Mosley that kind of eye. Then the lip is two tone, pink lip on the top, and then like a burgundy red on the bottom lip. Lauren: That’s kind of cool Man 1: It’s beautiful, I think, if you see the collection, its color of the whole material, very velvety, very watery. So like what she wants. Woman 2: There are two looks today and the inspiration was renaissance. So when I went in to discuss the look with her. This beautiful painting where the hair was up and it was gorgeous. But we decided to do a softer version. You know, Nanette likes the girls to look easy and soft, nothing harsh, you know, like the girls could do it themselves Bob: This show, in particular, I think Nanette was inspired by a book of Renaissance paintings by Ozolin, which is one of the most beautiful art books I’ve ever seen. And she got a lot of her inspiration I believe, from the color, and, you know just the majesty of those renaissance artists. Lauren: Okay, I have a tough question for you. Is she really hard to live with this week, before the show? Is she like psycho woman? Bob: You know, you really shouldn’t really ask me that question. Lauren: Why not? We need gossip here. Bob: What we do is we just sort of like, stay away from each other. Lauren: Okay. Bob: And I don’t, I try not to interrupt her train of thought because she does have awful lot on her mind. And so, I do, I’m at the office every day, but I sort of stay away. Unless she asks me an opinion, which she does sometimes, and then, I’ll pitch in. Lauren: This is violet, Nanette’s daughter. You are in hair and make-up. I love it. How lucky are you today. Violet: Very, very. I love the fashion show. It’s just so much fun to go to. Lauren: What are you looking forward to this season on the runway? Do you get to like, get whatever you want from your mom’s line? Violet: Not really. All the good stuff is gone by the time I’m allowed to take it. But, apparently at the end of the show they’re doing these four really amazing gowns that are going to be fun to see. Lauren: Whoa. The Nanette show is going to start any minute. I better take my seat before somebody steals it. I’m Lauren Ezersky for Better.