Runway Report

Hair styling by Eugene Souleiman, Wella Professionals Global Creative Director of Care & StylingReflecting the polish of the Milanese woman, the hair at Blumarine was light, easy and effortless, yet also beautiful and ever-so-slightly sexy.

Dolce & Gabbana’s Fall/Winter 2015 runway show celebrated mothers and la famiglia with a genuine and beautiful look from head to toe. To enhance the story, Redken Global Creative Director Guido created a feminine, loose chignon adorned with charming broaches, pearls and jewels that might have been found in a mother’s jewelry box in the ‘50s. Using Redken’s Wind Blown 05 dry finishing spray to add airy, light texture, Guido achieved a pretty, but easy style that’s ideal for the everyday woman. 

Inspired by the simple, polished looks from the 20’s and 30’s, Redken Global Creative Director Guido achieved a style with the perfect touch of modernity and masculinity to enhance Jil Sander’s Fall/Winter 2015 show. With the help of two key Redken products: Wind Blown 05 dry finishing spray and Forceful 23 super strength hairspray, Guido created a charming side-swept style that stunned on the runway. 

Oribe Hair Care went backstage at New York Men's Day Fall/Winter 2015 to help create the looks for an array of presentations. See the styles and get the how-tos below!Lucio Castro Hair by Ramona EschbachFor the Lucio Castro Fall/Winter 2015 presentation, lead hairstylist Ramona Eschbach created a grungy, skater boy look to complement the collection, which was accented by spray-painted gold shoes. “The hair is very flat to the head,” Eschbach said. “It’s supposed to look a day or two old.”

Putting a twist on the classic Prada look, Redken Global Creative Director Guido created a young, sophisticated up-do, adorned with beautiful, jeweled barrettes for the Fall/Winter 2015 runway show in Milan. Recreating the look from Prada’s Men’s show, Guido used Redken’s Stay High 18 high-hold gel to mousse and Fashion Work 12 versatile working spray to pull the hair into a high, tight up-do. Then, Guido hand-placed Prada’s bejeweled barrettes on each model for the perfect finishing touch. 

After two successful seasons of New York Fashion Week, Cuccio Colour made its way across the pond and was a staple backstage during the Fashion Scout FW15 shows at Freemasons’ Hall. Lead manicurist Naomi Gonzalez and her team used the brand in 22 shows.Designers included James Kelly, Mariana Jungmann, Ashley Isham, Daniel Barros and Joao Melo Costa, Ccuoco, Judy Wu, Apu Jan, Youjia Jin, Mimi Tran, Rohmir, Zeynep Kartal, Kiev Fashion Days, Xiao Li, Gyo Yuni Kimchoe, Pam Hogg, Lulu Lui, Javob Birge Vision. Dora Abodi, Marko Mitanovski, CJ Yao and Fad.

To enhance the romance of Alberta Ferretti’s Fall/Winter 2015 Collection, Redken Global Creative Director Guido created a simple, soft, low ponytail for the runway. To achieve a silky-smooth texture with natural movement, Guido blow-dried the hair using Redken’s Satinwear 02 prepping blow-dry lotion, and then pulled it back into a loose ponytail for a romantic, pure feeling. 

For the recent Kristian Aadnevik AW 2015 presentation at London Fashion Week, Global Moroccanoil Ambassador Antonio Corral Calero took the uniform of wavy hair and enhanced its femininity to create a look described as the "Waves of Wellington." The soft, feminine style is designed to complement the collection, but be easy to recreate at home, therefore bringing fashion off the runways and into the salons.

In keeping with the effortless, laid-back look of the Temperley London AW 2015 collection, Global Moroccanoil Ambassador, Antonio Corral Calero, created a rock and roll version of polished hair. Inspired by the idea of hair as an accessory to the outfit, Calero created a look that relied on movement and energy, while enhancing the natural beauty of each woman.   Key Products Used: Moroccanoil Treatment and Moroccanoil Root Boost.[Image credit: Piers Macdonald for Moroccanoil]

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