In their Salon Seminar, the MAHOGANY ARTISTIC TEAM, presented their stunning new collection Curve Linear to sell-out audiences.
Inspired by a fusion of the architecture of Zaha Hadid, the sculptures of Henry Moore and Joanna Lumley’s iconic Purdy in The Avengers, they showcased couture creations that could easily be diluted for salon clients. “this is couture work that can be adapted to tone down and neutralise the colour palette”, explained head of colour Tai Walker, while artistic director Antony Licata added: “It’s up to you to commercialise them by making them softer, but you are all techniques we are currently using in our salons.”
A broad spectrum of colours from bellini blondes to navy-infused charcoals complemented the curved-lines of the cuts, with halo panels and focal points around the perimeter adding depth and drama. Cuts showcased the head-hugging shapes that MAHOGANY are famed for, but with soft C-shaped panels, while disconnected lenghts were worn with natural texture to give a feminine softness to the creations.