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May 252018 Gossip
 

Chey Gale

 

Androgyny means conforming to neither gender perfectly, to mix both identities in the same person, in stylistic harmony. But the hairstylist noticed an odd trend in the androgynous aesthetic – it relied too heavily on traditional masculine stereotypes to be truly genderless. And that was all the spark she needed to be inspired to create her new collection Genderless.

Collection: Genderless
Ph: Elisa Mercurio
Make -up: Laura McBride
Styling: Cimone Vozzo
Coulorist: Marco Giorgio

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    May 252018 Gossip
     
     

    Beaming eyes. Button nose bedecked with freckles. Curious fingertips grasp at the Barbie your grandma gave you two christmas’ ago, as you pull her from her California dream house and into a scissor wielding nightmare. Where everything started. Where creativity is less a tint brush and scissors and more an out of date nail varnish stippled across a perfectly placed texta highlight on Barbs’ new cropped mullet. Sometimes the most wonderful ideas are forgotten in time, but sometimes the most wonderful ideas are brought to life. Hello DollFace is a cultivation of everything your younger self once aspired to create, only bigger, brighter and using techniques the nail varnish and sharpies couldn’t quite master. Taking inspiration from all that is a little bit left of centre and experimental, contrasting textures and tones, patterns and the excitement of colour. Hello DollFace is something that everyone can feel a connection to, while getting to see the animation and adventure hair can have and be. Think punk Barbie, patterns in pop colour and Andy Warhols’ pop art movement of Marilyn Monroe.

    Collection: Hello Dollface
    Ph: Kishka Jensen
    Make-up: Abbie Mcginnis
    Styling: Bree Carr

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      May 242018 Gossip
       
       

      Inspired by the concept of a flock of birds taking flight together, this is a visual representation of how fragile fibres woven together amass strength and beauty. This collection aims to celebrate our individual fragility and diversity, yet demonstrate the strength we can achieve when we come together. In the same way that a flock of birds is contrived of many species, as human beings, our rich and diverse cultures all have a role to play in that it has something to offer the collective strength, whether it be traditional cuisine, fashion, dance, rituals or simply a way of living.

      Collection: Soar
      Ph: Andrew O’ Toole
      Make-up: Kylie O’ Toole
      Styling: Elaine Marshall

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        May 242018 Gossip
         
         

        Suffragettes: both bonafide ‘punks’ of their own eras. For the hair, the hairstylist wanted dramatic and defined lines and shapes. The cutting was made up of varying bold lengths and layers to achieve an uneven and undone feel. He wanted to create contrast so he designed some elements of the hair sleek, while the rest was very disheveled and moving, yet highly stylized. He used loops and braiding to create a look of beautiful armor on a modern rebel. For the hairstylist ‘Suffragette’ represents female empowerment, strength and fortune favoring the brave.

        Collection: Suffragettes
        Ph: Haley Renee Photograohy
        Make-up: Mandy Nash & Aleksandra Pinneri
        Styling: Cimon Vozzo

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          May 232018 Gossip
           

          Sharon Blain

           

          Spring awakens the senses, flowers bloom, a fresh and youthful energy emerges out of the depths of winters past. This alluring collection combines a collective of refined textures, while captivating the soft delicate floral synergies between each image. Styling, makeup, hair and props work in simplistic harmony to bring to life the ‘Vanilla Blooms’ collection.

          Collection: Vanilla Blooms
          Hair Team: Kerri Arvidson, Sophie Clarke, Lulu Benavidez, Nick Lorenzini, Christine O’Sullivan and Patty Nguyen
          Ph: Anthony Friend
          Make-up: Liz Olivier
          Styling: Sabine Feuilloley

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