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Dec 102018 Gossip

Paula Alonso


A collection that aims to reflect an experience and all its sweetness in which the hairstylist not only see herself, but also all the people who believe in her from the beginning. This is “Thunder”, the beginning of something very big.

Collection: Thunder
Ph: Esteban Roca
Make-up: Manuela Gimenez
Stylist: Maria Saiz


4.2 (84%) 5 vote[s]
Dec 042018 Gossip


The idea for the collection arose from a distinct sense that, while femme fatale figure is a recurrent presence in both popular and high culture, the figure is a perennial site of uncertainty and mysteriousness. Raising intriguing thoughts and challenging questions and luring you in to investigate further, telling a story – one of which you can really feel and hear.

Collection: Femme Fatale
Ph: john Rawson
Make-up: Maddie Austin
Stylist: Claire Frith


4.7 (93.33%) 3 vote[s]
Dec 032018 Gossip

A collection based on visual frankness: pure shapes and lines where Green and Pink offer an aesthetic balance to the collection. A commitment to innovate in finished textures based on editorial experiences, put at the service of our clients for their daily use.

Collection: Green Pink
Ph: Oliver Viladoms Studio
Make-up: Palsynera
Stylist: Pelsynera


4.8 (95%) 4 vote[s]
Nov 302018 Gossip

Punk Rock Girls Collection is the concept of a general aesthetic, in costumes, makeup and hairdressing of the punk style that emerged in London in the 1970s. The punk philosophy can be summarized as: “Do it yourself” or “do it your way”. It rejects the dogmas and questions the established. It despises fashions and mass society (although his aesthetic is considered itself a fashion). Punks demarcate themselves from the adaptation to social roles and stereotypes.

Collection: Punk Rock Girls
Ph: Bernardo Baragano
Make-up: Maria Montes
Stylist: Visori Fashionart
Model: Celia Fernandez Sastre


4.3 (86.67%) 3 vote[s]
Nov 292018 Gossip

Ziortza Zarauza


Bloom collection refers to the emergence of color around us. The color bursts with force in our environment and a world without color is unimaginable. In hairdressing, it is one of the three pillars for design: shape, texture and color. Bloom claims color in hair, in flowers, in people, in dreams and in life.

Collection: Bloom
Ph: Eneritz Medina
Make-up: Centro BETA Team
Stylist: Centro BETA


4.7 (93.33%) 3 vote[s]
Nov 282018 Gossip

The International Creative Team led by Mark Hayes


Ultraviolet celebrates the visceral energy of disco taking inspiration from the seventies designs of Studio 54 habitues Halston and Yves Saint Laurent and the directional glamour of Tom Ford at Gucci during his reign as Creative Director from 1994. Uber-sexy aesthetic of Ford which included unbuttoned satin shirts worn with hipster velvet jeans and cut-out silk jersey dresses with horse-bit belts referenced the high octane look of seventies fashion as worn during heady nights at Studio 54. After one catwalk show the fashion director of Neiman Marcus said, ‘It was hot! It was sex! The girls looked as if they had just stepped off someone s private jet. You just know that wearing those clothes would make you look like you were living on the edge – doing it and having it all!’

Collection: Ultra Violet
Ph: Benjamin Vnuk
Make-up: Daniel Kolaric
Stylist: Mathilde Dutheil


4.3 (86.67%) 3 vote[s]
Nov 282018 Gossip

The “Mirror, Mirror…” collection was designed especially with the festive occasions of the autumn and winter season in mind – the social events that enliven the ball and special event season. Elegance with echoes of high-fashion chic, passion, and deliberate styling are the prevailing themes of these stunning looks. At the centre of the collection is the presentation of the diverse facets of every woman’s personality – self-assured, seductive, sensual, devoted, and yet simultaneously reserved, delicate, and enigmatic. Before a woman appears on the public stage, she takes a deep look in the mirror to make sure she looks beautiful – and this is precisely the moment Hannes Steinmetz manifests with his styles in the “Mirror, Mirror…” collection. The wearer remains completely private, engrossed in and at one with herself.

Collection: Mirror, Mirror…
Ph: Hilde Van Mas
Make-up: Sandra Filipovic @ Steinmetz-Bundy Privatsalon
Stylist: Patrizia Narbon


4.7 (93.33%) 3 vote[s]
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