The beauty inspiration at Mara Hoffman’s Spring/Summer 2016 Fashion Week collection came from an unexpected source — Willie Nelson! His double braided pigtail hairstyle served as Mara’s take on classic Americana, and it’s a look we’ve already seen celebs sporting.
We can always count on Mara Hoffman to give us a good braided look to copy backstage at New York Fashion Week. But this time around, she showed us a much simpler style that Khloe Kardashian and boho-babe Vanessa Hudgens have already mastered. Get the exact backstage how-to, below!
Whether you are heading to the beach or just a night out on the town, Mara Hoffman’s spring line offers everything from her bright and bohemian silhouettes to more toned down pieces — and we’re sure the designer’s celeb fans won’t be able to get enough of the cool collection!
Mara Hoffman is known for her laid back and fun styles, but her new collection, appropriately titled ‘The Sunrisers,’ ushers in a new vibe for spring. While Mara is known for crafting geometric pieces that really stand out and gravitates towards eye-popping prints, this season she switched it up! Mara offered up solid color dresses with little to no design on them — but for those of you who are fans of the big statement prints that Mara is known for, don’t fret! There were still plenty of big and bold designs on the runway.
Graphic winged eyeliner, hair chains, and tight cascading curls offered head-turning looks at the Mara Hoffman Fall 2013 runway show. This boho combination would be perfect for celebs like Mary Kate Olsen. Here’s how YOU can style your own version of this cool look!
Sleek center parts and tight twists looked effortlessly cool on the Mara Hoffman runway. We could almost see Mary Kate Olsen rocking the look with an oversized sweater and floor-length skirt. Try out a casual style inspired by this one with our tips right now!
The Mara Hoffman fashion show had a distinct mexican theme and a rather unlikely beauty inspiration!
MAKE UP FOR EVER ALLIANCE artist, Lottie, created the makeup look for the show. Backstage, she explained that the heavy eyebrows were inspired by “Frida Kahlo without the unibrow.” Would you let your eyebrows get Lily Collins-like?