Hair: The Art of Hair Creative Team – AU
Ph: Justin Aveling
Make-up: Elli, Mijung and Lilah from Make-up Mode
Inspired by the natural backgrounds and environments his work is exhibited in, Allilon Education Colour Director, Madeleine Murphy, created palettes of light violets, pinks, lilacs, turquoise and blues, which have been beautifully offset by inky indigos, deep violets, whites and deep brunettes, as seen in the sunsets and sunrises that often form the backdrop to JR’s work. Coppers, brick reds, muddy browns and earthy tones have been used at the roots of the hair, inspired by the dust, brick and buildings his work is often showcased on.
Hair: Allilon Education Art Team – UK
Ph: Andrew Gilbert
Make-up: Melissa Bourne
Clothes styling: Giuseppina DeCamillo
Shape, texture and bold statement colour, this collection was inspired by Sassoon. Ever a believer in extending herself, Carole’s designs embody emotion and a continued quest for the next best thing. Each style offers something different, constantly changing shape, but essentially it’s all about the hair – definitely the direction fashion is headed.
Hair: Carole Haddad @ Corcorz Hair – AU
Ph: David Mannah
Make-up: Steve Mena
Fashion stylist: Lucia Ariez Martinez
The research for this collection started with the work of two Dutch artists from the late Medieval period: the avant-garde painter Hieronymus Bosch and his closest follower Peter Brueghel. Both artists featured detailed illustrations of moral and religious concepts, although Brueghel’s most famous works depict “the common man” at work. This gritty content was conceptually ground-breaking as it moved away from the classic portraiture of the time. One aspect we focused closely on for our new collection were the earthy tones seen in these paintings where they depicted hard work in harsh conditions; a blacksmith’s forge influenced burnt out hairlines and burnished tones, and the lighting that hits the hair in Bosch’s and Brueghel’s portraits inspired the creative techniques shown in this collection.
Hair: Adam Bryant, Sharon Peake – UK
Ph: John Rawson
Make-up: Mary Jane Frost
Styling: Marika Page
“Junya” nace de la admiración que siento por Junya Watanabe y sus creaciones. Concretamente la colección de Junya Watanabe: origami (papiroflexia en japonés) y a la que se refirió posteriormente como panel (honeycomb). He intentado emular con el cabello ese tratamiento diferente que Mr. Watanabe imprime a los tejidos. Un toque minimalista pero a la vez sofisticado propio de la cultura japonesa.
Hair: Gonzalo Zarauza @ Centro BETA – España
Ph: David Arnal
Make-up: De María
Coordination: Ziortza Zarauza, Marijo Pascual