The inspiration behind the hair looks at BAJA EAST's Spring/Summer 2015 show at New York Fashion Week was, according to lead stylist Kevin Ryan, "A young man/woman that is well-traveled, with a strong nod to Peter Lindbergh's tomboys and girls. The feel is that the hair started with a slick, groomed style [for men] or a pristine blow dry [for women] which has become undone just by living life to the fullest. The hair's texture has an oil and water effect - a mix of dry and sleek textures."
To complement the Spring/Summer 2015 collection from Nanette Lepore, presented at New York Fashion Week, lead stylist Linh Nguyen created an effortlessly chic, wind-blown topknot. Says Nguyen, “Nanette wanted a sun-kissed beauty who, in one swift wardrobe change, could go from day to night. This effortlessly chic topknot in a ‘wind blown’ fashion’ perfectly captures today’s modern woman on the go.”Get the Look:
Lead hairstylist Holli Smith has been a longtime collaborator with her good friend, menswear designer Patrik Ervell, who was inspired by the ethos of interior and industrial design for his Spring/Summer 2015 collection. Taking notes from Ervell’s choice of durable and high-tech materials (think weather-resistant outerwear), Smith wanted to create a look that was opposite of the popular wet hair seen on the runways. Instead, she opted for a dry and matte hairstyle associated with the punk and rock scene of the ’70s.
For the Rag & Bone Spring/Summer 2015 collection, presented at New York Fashion Week, Jin Soon Choi created a sleek, high-shine nude to complement the brand’s cool, urban aesthetic.
Get the Look:1. File and clean nails, removing all traces of polish.2. Apply JINsoon Power Coat base coat to prep the nails.3. Apply one coat of JINsoon Tulle.4. Finish by applying a single coat of JINsoon Top Gloss.[Images courtesy of BPCM PR]
Vivienne Tam’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection referenced the energetic collecting, cataloging, and exporting of China’s last dynasty – the Qing Dynasty. With texture and color being a huge feature throughout the collection, CATWALK by TIGI Global Creative Director Nick Irwin felt the hair needed to neutralize and unify the girls. The result: a modern, sporty look with dual texture, perfectly complementary to Tam’s collection of nature-focused colors and prints.Get the Look:
Libertine’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection is dually inspired by "London girls from the dirty sixties" and the "90’s raver." The S/S 2015 Libertine girl is always game for a fun night out on the town, and regularly dons "last night’s" bright and flashy (and beaded!) garb in her daily fashion. Inspired by this London Lady who he knows so well, CATWALK by TIGI Global Creative Director Nick Irwin developed an effortless, textured hair look that speaks perfectly to Libertine’s party girl.
Yigal Azrouel’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection, presented at New York Fashion Week, was heavily influenced by Hawaii’s laid back surfing culture. To complement the low key beach vibe, Rita Remark for essie created a sheer sandy beige nail by layering mademoiselle over au natural on the hands, and applied a single coat of mademoiselle on the toes.
Designer Jill Stuart described the inspiration behind her Spring/Summer 2015 collection as "Jerry Hall on a beach at night - half sandy, half glam." To complement the overall look, celebrity stylist James Pecis for Moroccanoil created sexy, luxe, Jerry Hall-like waves with a fresh, youthful twist - evoking the idea of unleashing your inner animal.Get the Look:1. Starting with damp hair, create a deep center part. For all-over volume, apply Moroccanoil Root Boost from root-to-tip of damp strands.
Using inspiration from Maria Cornejo’s youth, Celebrity Hairstylist James Pecis, created a feminine look with big lace and lightweight fabrics to showcase the strong textures and shapes at the Zero + Maria Cornejo Spring/Summer 2015 presentation at New York Fashion Week.Get the Look:1. Prep: Section by section, spray PHYTO PROFESSIONAL WORKABLE HOLDING SPRAY from roots to ends and blow dry with T3 FEATHERWEIGHT LUXE 2I DRYER. The goal is to “over-dry” the hair for a fluffy, almost static-electricity texture.