For Kaelen’s tropical-inspired Spring/Summer 2015 collection, hairstylist Amy Farid created a clean and innocent look from the 1970's, with a nod to hair icon Marcia Brady. “We wanted that freshly washed, really brushed hair,” explained Farid. “Like how Marcia Brady would brush her hair 100 times before bed.” Farid also made sure to keep the models’ hair tucked behind their ears. Before the presentation, the hair framing the model’s face would show off a natural bend around the cheekbone. Some models also wore a hair clip with fresh orchids on it.
At the recent DANNIJO Spring/Summer 2015 presentation at Mercedes Benz New York Fashion Week, lead hairstylist Rodney Cutler for Cutler/Redken Salon was inspired by "the [designer's] passion and vision for this Spring/Summer collection and went about creating a hair look that would complement the amazing styling and theme of travel. Similar to the rustic yet picturesque staging of the presentation, the hair brought to life a natural, Mongolian tribal feel with a fishtail that journeyed on to a polished pony.”
To complement ATHLETA's Spring/Summer 2015 presentation at New York Fashion Week, lead hairstylist Nathan Rosenkranz used Alterna Haircare products to create a look that embodied "the chic fitness guru who is proud to strut her gym look on the street. Full of body and texture, these styles are designed to withstand movement, both in and out of the gym."Get the Look:1. Prep damp hair by liberally spreading the Alterna Haircare Bamboo Volume Weightless Whipped Mousse from root to tip.
Designer Alina German recently presented her Spring/Summer 2015 Collection at New York Fashion Week, presented by CHI Hair Care and Inglot Cosmetics. Alina’s conceptual approach of using time-honored techniques combined with modern materials enables her designs to possess a level of inherent drama and theatricality. The collection inspired lead hairstylist Matt Fugate to create “cool, chic, just-out-of-the-water” hair to complement the fashionable pieces.
This morning, RUSK Artistic Director Gerard Caruso made the “messy, but not so messy bun” for models walking in the Fashion Week Yoana Baraschi New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015 presentation. The look, a NYFW staple, is both casual and chic, easy for everyday wear, or a special occasion! Below, Caruso shares the steps you need to recreate the style for your clients.Get the Look:1. Prep hair with the new RUSK Texture Spray.2. Place hair in a high ponytail.
Working in collaboration with world-renowned stylist William De Ridder of Belgium, Pivot Point’s Fall/Winter 2014 Arctic Light collection identifies evolving haute coiffure looks, inspired by the mysterious beauty of arctic landscapes and multicolored skies.
Shu Uemura Art of Hair, and esteemed fashion designer, Jonathan Cohen recently announced an exciting new collaboration. The duo has partnered to create two limited-edition beauty bags that combine function and fashion for women who are always on the go.
The countdown to New York Fashion Week has officially begun! In exactly one month, the world's top designers and stylists will unveil their looks for Spring/Summer 2015. In anticipation of this exciting season, we're taking a look back at some of the most creative, unique and gorgeous styles of Fashion Week's past, all created by renowned Redken Creative Consultant, Guido Palau.Click through to start the slideshow! [pagebreak]Prada, Fall/Winter 2010 - High Drama
UNITE Haircare created a wide range of looks for the recent Mercedes Benz Miami Fashion Week Swim 2015 presentations. From beachy texture at Frankie's Bikinis, to tousled waves at MIKOH, to fluffy volume at Wildfox, each unique look perfectly captured the feel of warm summer days and long nights.Click through to see UNITE's looks, and get the how-tos, at Miami Swim Week 2015! [pagebreak] Show: Frankie's BikinisDate: Friday, July 18 2014
Rebecca Taylor has a knack for designing clothes that appeal to every type of girl, and her Fall/Winter 2014 collection was no exception. The talented designer filled her collection with wearable pieces like boxy wool coats, flirty dresses and slouchy pants that would be go‐to pieces for seasons to come.