Hair by Kien Hoang for Oribe Hair Care
Hair by Rita Marmor for Oribe Hair Care
Innovative fashion designer Louise Goldin—renowned for creating her own knitted fabrics and textures and for her brilliant techniques in structuring sculpted silhouettes—has always designed for the confident woman with a strong sense of personal style. Goldin’s keen interest in science, chemistry and art and the force of her intellect also came through in the alchemy practiced by celebrity hairstylist Anthony Turner of Art Partner to design extreme futuristic hair looks for the highly anticipated Louise Goldin Spring/Summer 2014 collection.
While some top-tier hairstylists might reference Classic Hollywood or French New Wave screen icons as the inspiration behind the hair looks they design for the runway, the legendary Didier Malige of Art Partner arrived at his concept for the Band of Outsiders Spring/Summer 2014 collection from a completely different direction, channeling none other than Jan Brady, the charmingly awkward yet artistic middle sister in the cult fave TV series, The Brady Bunch. Referring to Band of Outsiders designer Scott Sternberg, Didier told us, “Scott is a big fan of Jan Brady!
Ted Gibson and his team styled the hair for Pamella Roland’s Spring 2014 NYFW show. Here’s the how-to:
“This was my first time working with Pamella Roland and I have to say that it was an amazing experience. Her team and I wanted to create something that would complement the 60s feel of her collection, and we thought this look was perfect. This look is inspired by 60s Brigitte Bardot and Cannes. I absolutely love that era and am so happy that I got to create something so classic, but of course with a modern Gibson Girl twist!"
Jonathan Simkhai Spring/Summer 2014Hair by CATWALK by TIGI Global Creative Director Nick Irwin
Ruffian Spring/Summer 2014Hair by CATWALK by TIGI Global Creative Director Nick Irwin
Mara Hoffman Spring/Summer 2014Hair by CATWALK by TIGI Global Creative Director Nick Irwin
Aveda Global Styling Director Allen Ruiz, who styled the hair at the Ann Yee Spring/Summer 2014 presentation on September 5, created what he referrs to as “urban street-style colliding with shiny, modern elegance.” This melds perfectly with Yee's collection, since she explains it is inspired by "the history of urban Detroit, Michigan—its current crumbling economic state, combined with an appreciation for the survivalist spirit of the city as it moves towards a transformation.
To complement Candela's semi-sheer, lacy and embellished garments at New York Fashion Week Spring 2014, models wore pale neutral nails. The subtle OPI shade Barre My Soul was painted on fingers and toes. This shade features a warm pink undertone that added just the right delicate touch to designer Gabi Perezutti's collection.
[Images courtesy of OPI]