If it ain't broke, don't fix it. Kimberley Newport-Mimran's fall/winter 2013 collection stuck to Pink Tartan's signature retro style. Bold-colour shift dresses, elbow-length leather gloves, fur collars and abstract floral prints found on '50s silhouettes dominated the runway. [caption id="attachment_8967" align="aligncenter" width="395"] Photo credit: Maybelline New York[/caption] Inspiration The muse for this film noir meets 1950s housewife collection was the character Constance Langdon from "American Horror Story," along with the blond actresses of Alfred Hitchcock films. [caption id="attachment_8969" align="aligncenter" width="447"] Photo credit: George Pimentel[/caption] I have to hand it to Kim – although the collection stuck to the brand's identity of being girly and luxe, I loved how she did vintage femininity without making it too preciously pretty. It was a little more sexy and – dare I say – fierce. [caption id="attachment_8970" align="aligncenter" width="365"] Photo credit: Essie Canada[/caption] I also loved the sexy simplicity of the models' nails. Essie Canada's lead nail artist, Rita Remark, created a sleek and sophisticated manicure for the Pink Tartan models. Two coats of Essie Nail Polish in Sand Tropez were swiped on almond-shaped nails, followed by one coat of Essie's Matte About You, creating a contemporary nude nail look.