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Oct 312018 Gossip

He. She. Me. was inspired by the Gucci gang club, where females become males and males become females; where sexuality turns into diversity, discovering a unique and powerful individual. The hairstylist wanted to achieve a strong colour palette with a soft hair cut and vice versa, complementing both feminine and masculine elements. Colours were kept fresh and ontrend with peach and apricot hues, and a denim stone wash. All colour techniques were very muted and seamless bringing emphasis to their complementing cut and styling. Makeup and styling was selected to naturally emphasise and highlight the models’ natural features ensuring the makeup would look almost invisible yet polished. The clothing was chosen to create a box like shape to the girls giving the illusion of a masculine physique.

Collection: He.She.Me
Ph: Paul Christey
Make-up: Annabelle Hogg
Stylist: Bronte Armstrong


1 (20%) 1 vote[s]
Oct 302018 Gossip

This new collection that is sexy and elegant at the same time, presents bold and timeless hairstyles which can be seen on the greatest catwalks around the world for F/W 18/19. Chic and sophisticated, the bob is a haircut that is always in demand. Whether it’s worn long or short, the wavy bob will bring something wild and sassy to your look. Wear the bun or ponytail for maximum volume on the top of the head, leaving a cleared face and exposing a mischievous side.

Collection: Cover Girls
Ph: Bruno Estatoff
Make-up: Morgane Guillet
Colorist: Laeticia Bonnard


3.5 (70%) 2 vote[s]
Oct 262018 Gossip

Teresa Weller


The hairstylist wanted to create something completely different and artistic for this collection which is why she chose Avant Garde, using an on trend colour pallet yet giving it an almost historical feel. She wanted the model to look like an Edwardian doll.

Collection: Treasure Chest
Ph: Tony le Britton
Make-up: Rosanna Velin
Stylist: Bernard Connolly


4.8 (95%) 4 vote[s]
Oct 262018 Gossip

The International Creative Team led by Mark Hayes


The Plastic Collection takes inspiration from Fiorucci, a concept store on East 59th that embodied the brash optimism of the 1970s with its day-glo fabrics, leopard-print T-shirts, kitsch logos and spray-on stretch denim. Margaux Hemingway and Marisa Berenson wore the label’s gold cowboy boots, Cher splashed thousands of dollars on glittering body-suits. The force behind the flash was Elio Fiorucci, a passionate advocate of the fluidity of street culture where no one style held dominance – as he put it, ‘the streets should be a panorama of fantastic surprises.’ The Fiorucci store had innovative window displays by fashion illustrator Antonio Lopez and colour block interiors by Ettore Sotsass and became a counterpoint to the stuffier New York fashions of Fifth Avenue not least when a sixteen-year old Madonna made her first public appearance in 1983 at a Studio 54 themed party celebrating the 15th anniversary of the Fiorucci label.

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


4.7 (93.33%) 6 vote[s]
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