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The Cast Collection aims to highlight different and diverse personalities in society. By highlighting certain characteristics in each member of the cast we show them as individuals, but crucially they are also members of a single cast, one society, one world – as are we all, and as such we need work together regardless of what personal traits we have.
Hair: Sam Wall – UK
Collection: The Cast
Make-up: Jo Leversuch
Images: Five Point Alliance
“I wanted to create a raw collection that reflects the vulnerability and complexity of the morning after the night before.” Kerry Mather.
Hair: Kerry Mather @ KJM Salons – UK
Ph: Richard Miles
Make-up: Faye Campbell & Sophie Cox
Styling: Desiree Lederer
Hair: Chris Merrick @ Blue Tit London – UK
Ph: Andre Titcombe
Styling: Chris Merrick @ Blue Tit London
Para crear DANDY nos inspiramos en el día a día de los oficios clásicos de finales del siglo XIX y principios del XX, añadiendo un toque de actualidad a la imagen que constituía la sociedad de la época.
Hair: Jose A. Chamborro & Santi Campos @ Lagasca Hair & Styling – España
Ph: Jessica Álvarez
Make-up: Miriam González
“This collection was a chance for us to expose gender fluidity and neutrality within our work. Styles can be worn by both male and female clients, and is a nod to the trend for the more gender-neutral, androgynous styling we are seeing across our seven salons.” Blue Tit Vision Team
Hair: Blue Tit Vision Team (Christoph Haider; Tom Warr; Kamila Pruszek; Harriet Franks; Robbie McPhilomey; Chris Merrick) – UK
Ph: Doris Himmelbauer
Make-up: Christoph Haider
Hair: Jordanna Cobella @ Cobella and Beverly C. – UK
Ph. Desmond Murray
Make-up: Jo Sugar
The power and afición of the matadoress is at the crux of Maria Vaughan’s Conquista collection. The Conquista’s natural tendency to win as a result of killing – a lust for conquering the enemy – provides a complex tapestry of culture and psychology as the foundation of the hairdressing in this collection. Her woman, like a masculine, toreador warrior possessing self-assured sexiness, she must overcome deep-seeded primordial fears to succeed. Each hairstyle stems from this character and other influences, original or reappropriated: the force the bull fight in Picasso’s Guernica, the flair of 20th Century flamenco dancer Carmen Amaya (Queen of the Gypsies), Vidal Sassoon’s 1955 Spanish hairstyles and Dolce Gabbana’s Spring-Sumer 2015 Paris collection. Smooth and graphic hairstyling formed sculptural shapes representing the bull and the statuesque matador in the ring, while tightness of shaped braids remind the viewer of the beloved bull. Then tight and edgy cornrows moulded into sculptural shapes stridently continue the theme. Vivid textures play with light to re-live the sheer fierceness of the dance of the Corrida de toros (bull fight). And not forgetting the dress of the Conquista with its sharply, triangular matador’s hat, it is represented in the collection by strongly shaped curls formed to pulsate with the adrenalin rush of hunter and hunted zigzagging roles.
With every opportunity taken, the hairstyling interplays with the sumptuous styling lavish in Spanish ornamentation.
HAIR: Maria Vaughan – AU
Collection: Ir de Conquista (To be dressed to kill)
Ph: Carl Keeley
Make-up: Nicole Bratis Fashion
Stylist: Milana Scerbakova
Salon: Jarahs Hair, Berri & Loxton
HAIR: The International Creative Team led by Mark Hayes – UK
Ph: Benjamin Vnuk
Make-up: Daniel Koleric
Styling: Lucie Perrier
Hair: Vog Coiffure – France
Ph: Thibaut de Saint Chamas
Make-up : Vesna Peborde
Stylisme: Tania Zekkout
HAIR: Toni&Guy International Artistic Team – UK
Ph: Andrew O’Toole
Make-up: Lan Nguyen
Stylist: Sara Dunn
Art Director: Sacha Mascolo/Tarbuck