Stylist: Peter GrayMakeup Artist: Tom Pecheux
Peter Gray for Moroccanoil designed sophisticated multi-textured styles with a cool, modern edge for the Badgley Mischka Fall 2013 Collection. Masterfully executed, the dramatic looks were inspired by film star Kim Novak in the Hitchcock thriller “Vertigo” as well as a touch of Tippi Hedren in the film “The Birds.”
Hair styles trends—direct from from the runway! Hair stylist Peter Gray, makeup artist Tom Pecheux, and nail artist Deborah Lippman show how they created looks inspired by the film "Metropolis" for Badgley Mischka Fall/Winter 2013. Big, soft, fluffy bumps of hair, matte skin finishes, and a goth mix of blacks, greens, and burgundies draw from the films of Tim Burton, too.
Peter Gray for Moroccanoil accented Paul Smith's androgynous yet feminine collection with soft, natural looking styles and the smooth healthy texture of the hair.
Check out these photos for a behind-the-scenes look at Aveda Congress 2011! Inspired by a trip to tsunami-ravaged Fukushima, Japan, Peter Gray demonstrated a live photo shoot on-stage, focusing on the idea of drawing inspiration from daily life.
The team from Van Michael presented textured looks for men and women in simultaneously avant-garde and smooth, modern styles.
Michelle Williams looked gorgeous on the red carpet at the annual Met Ball Metropolitan Museum of Art. Wearing a beautiful Miu Miu gown accented with metallic bronze and gold swallows, and Fred Leighton jewelry, all eyes were on her fabulous platinum hair. It looked absolutely luminous and very dramatic. Celebrity stylist Peter Gray shared how he created the eye-catching style for Michelle’s short cropped hair:
Yes, the tulle is super-cool at the Betsey Johnson show (hair lead Peter Gray for Redken came up with the brazen styles), but what is that I spy on that Grace Jones-look-a-like? It appears to be a fiercer than fierce clipper design artfully etched into her buzzed style.