Jena Malone at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party 2014; hair by Bobby Eliot for Oribe
Hunger Games star Jena Malone wore a gorgeous art deco-inspired J. Mendel lace dress to this year's Vanity Fair Oscar Party. To complement her ensemble, hairstylist Bobby Eliot gave Malone '20s-style Marcel waves with a low side part. "We wanted to play off the vintage quality of the dress and keep the look feminine and soft," Eliot said.
Anne Hathaway at the 2014 Academy Awards; Hair by Adir Abergel
Academy Award-winner Anne Hathaway made a dazzling return to the Oscar ceremonies as a presenter this year. Anne glistened on stage in a black columned Gucci gown with gemstone embellishments on top. Inspired by the high neck and clean lines of the dress, Hathaway's hairstylist, Adir Abergel, created a swept-back modern coif that completed her effortlessly chic look.
Jennifer Garner at the 2014 Academy Awards; hair by Adir Abergel for Oribe
Jennifer Garner presented at the Academy Awards wearing a silver tiered fringe dress from Oscar de la Renta, accessorized with Forevermark jewels. Garnier's hairstylist, Adir Abergel, created soft, loose, romantic waves accented by a side-swept bang to contrast the structured silhouette of her dress.
Marchesa designer Georgina Chapman looked elegant at the 86th-annual Academy Awards in a feathered dress of her own design and sleek, glamorous waves by hairstyles Sienree Du.
"I was very inspired by Hollywood icons like Rita Hayworth, but also by Georgina's dress," Du said. "Of course the designer of Marchesa would be wearing something breathtaking. I gave her a more polished look with a bit of shine to contrast all the textures and details in her dress. When you have something so flawless, less is more."
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At Rebecca Taylor, Oribe lead hairstylist Rolando Beauchamp spiels off a multitude of phrases and words to describe the woman in the collection and her locks. “She’s a very sophisticated but downtown girl. She’s a cool girl you'd maybe see in Nolita or the East Village. She’s a girl that’s had her hair done but she's been running around and her hair's gotten rough. She's young, she's fresh, she’s modern, she’s edgy … she’s real—hey there’s another word. Real!” he laughs.
Cutting Loose Salon recently announced Kasey Gaskill as the winner of the salon's "The One" contest. In partnership with Oribe, the competition mirrored the hair care company's "Backstage Miami 2013." Cutting Loose Salon selected seven senior student stylist of their training salon, Protégé by Cutting Loose Salon Protégés, who were tasked with the theme "Miami Nights." The competition encompassed hair, makeup and wardrobe, and included a professional photo shoot upon which the winner was selected.
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In honor of the launch of Oribe's new Intense Conditioner for Moisture & Control, editorial nail artist Miho “Mei” Kawajiri designed a manicure inspired by the packaging. In Tokyo, Mei owned her own nail salon, Foxxy Nail Salon, where she offered an omakase service, a term borrowed from Japanese cooking. Omakase is an expression used at sushi restaurants where patrons leave the selection of fish up to the chef. Similarly, Mei’s clients trusted her to create whichever design she wanted.
Michelle Monoghan was the epitome of elegance at the Instyle and Warner Brothers Golden Globes Awards party. Celebrity hair stylist Luke Chamberlain was with the actress prepping for the evening’s event. “We felt that some effortless waves would best complement her stunning Antonio Berardi dress,” Chamberlain said of Monaghan's overall look. Chamberlain used Oribe products to create the gorgeous style. Get the Look: