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Mar 042015 Gossip
 

Image courtesy of Neville Salon Instagram @nevillesalonImage courtesy of Neville Salon Instagram @nevillesalonImage courtesy of Neville Salon Instagram @nevillesalon

Neville Hair & Beauty’s backstage team, headed by Stephen Low and Elena Lavagni, were enlisted to again devise the hair concept for Palmer//Harding at their London Fashion Week Show

The ICA show at London Fashion Week A/W 15 marks the fifth collaboration between the Palmer//Harding brand and the Neville salon team. The show drew crowds of a-listers and fashion press including Caroline Issa of Tank magazine and Yasmin and Amber Le Bon.
Carmen Borgonvo (stylist for Palmer//Harding and former creative director of My Wardrobe) said of the brief “We wanted the hair to be soft but at the same time give it a hard element. As you could see it looks a little bit like braids, but it’s not. It’s more like a crown of thorns that look romantic and strong at the same time. I think it was executed perfectly. Stephen Low is a talent and has a wonderful sensibility and I think he did an excellent job.”
Head stylist and creative director at Neville, Stephen Low says of his concept “ For the show we created an organic sort of look. We wanted to go with something very natural. As braids have been done so much in the past few fashion seasons we wanted to do something a little bit different and give it a raw feel as opposed to tightly placed around the head. You could actually see a few hairs flying around the head, which gave a lived-in feeling to it with one continuous circle of knots around the head.”
Of the product choices for the hair, Elena Lavagni (co-owner and creative director of Neville Salon) said, “In order to achieve the look we used L’Oreal Beach Wave spray to get that slightly rough texture whilst still maintaining that slightly dewy natural look.
Levi Palmer and Matthew Harding of Palmer//Harding spoke of their overall concept for the hair, “The hair was inspired by the slightly sinister kind of Amish look with innocent -looking knots placed around the head but with a twist. I’ve loved it. It’s my favourite hair so far and Stephen Low and the Neville team were just fantastic. When we talked about the hair-look with Stephen Low and the Neville salon team we said that we’ve never done anything like this before, as we wanted an innocent look but with a sinister edge. Something like a halo effect around the head but with a thorny crown effect. I think that Stephen has executed it brilliantly to our original concept ”.

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