“The Harare girl is young, chic and breezy and appreciates interesting textures,” explained Adam Livermore, Oribe Hair Care Educator and Key Hairstylist for designer Caroline Fuss’ Spring/Summer 2015 collection. These textures were apparent in the clothing’s tassel and fringe trims and macramé details. Livermore highlighted Harare’s fuss-free attitude with a cool, air-dried hairstyle that’s “chic and easy but interesting.” Get the Look:
While prints and colors have been a longtime staple for the London-based fashion line Ostwald Helgason, the Spring/Summer 2015 collection exuded a utilitarian influence, which added structure to the all-over geometric patterns. To complement the uniform-inspired pieces, key hairstylist Ramona Eschbach for Oribe Hair Care decided to create a look that was “more severe” than what she’s done in past collaborations with the brand. The look was tight to the head and featured two braids visible only from the back.
Redken Creative Consultant Guido created a natural, beautiful hairstyle to complement the glamour and sophistication of Christopher Kane’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection. Using Satinwear 02 Prepping Blow-Dry Lotion and Diamond Oil High Shine Airy Mist, Guido achieved a statement-making, simple style that sparkled on the runway.
The hair look at the Joseph Spring/Summer 2015 show in London, took on a West meets East aesthetic, described by Eugene Souleiman, as "Scouse Geisha." The Scouse element came from the strict effect of the hair being pulled back from the face, a look reminiscent of Northern Britain, and the hint of Geisha coming from the beautiful sculpted pony tail at the back of the head.
OPI partnered with Jeremy Scott to create a unique nail look for the designer’s Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015 runway show at Milk Studios on Wednesday, September 10. Lead nail artist Miss Pop worked with the designer’s beachy, hippie inspiration to create colorful patterned nails that accented the collection’s vibrant prints.
Maria Ke Fisherman’s Spring 2015 collection is inspired by the “imperviousness of innocence and youth in the fractal city.” In this densely populated city, where criminal gangs suppose the only order, one young girl is saved by the last firefighter. With this in mind, CATWALK® by TIGI® Global Creative Director Nick Irwin developed a strong braided look which softens through the front, speaking perfectly to Maria Ke Fisherman’s impermeable girl. Overall Look: Strong, symmetric braidsHow-To:
New York Fashion Week is no stranger to celebrities, whether sitting front row or attending after parties, and this year was no exception. Bella Thorne and Jada Pinkett Smith were amongst the celebrities spotted at Fashion Week recently, attending the Jeremy Scott and Dennis Basso shows, and each sporting a stunning mani look.Celebrity Manicurist and Color Curator for Dermelect Cosmeceuticals, Elle, created the gorgeous looks for Thorne and Pinkett Smith. See her inspirations, as well as how-to's to recreate the looks, below!
To complement the elegant, minimalist line and the white, black and gold color palette at the Crown by Colin King Spring/Summer 2015 Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week show, lead makeup artist Brian C. Hawkins created a muted makeup look. The look featured skin with a matte, clean finish and an emphasis on a high pink/peach cheekbone. Lips were muted with pink at the center, contrasting with heavy, dark eyebrows. Eyes featured light mascara and thick eyeliner, with a winged cat eye.
The Blonds’ Spring 2015 collection is inspired by world-traveling, gangtsta genies – girls who are in three cities in one day and always ready for any sartorial situation. With this inspiration in mind, CATWALK® by TIGI® Global Creative Director Nick Irwin was able to refine this ‘I dream of genie’look by mastering a show-stopping, dramatic braid - truly fitting for The Blonds. Overall Look: Gangsta genie braidHow-To:
Stella McCartney made history by being the first sole designer to create an entire capsule collection according to the Green Carpet Challenge (GCC) Brandmark, a guarantor of social, ethical and sustainable excellence. Two distinct stories were told at this collection’s launch – one of delicate flowers and lace and the other of strong and pronounced color blocking. However, both stories were united by the look created by Aveda Global Creative Director, Antoinette Beenders.