Runway Report

In honor of Throwback Thursday (#TBT), we're going way back to 2008 and these lovely, chic chignons created by hairstylist Guido for Ralph Lauren's 40th Anniversary runway show. Recreate the look - which works just as well for today as it did 7 years ago - with the how-to below!   Get the Look:1. Spray Redken pillow proof blow dry express primer all over damp hair and comb through.

Whether your client is attending a beach party, throwing an intimate dinner for friends and family, or just headed out on the town for a fun night out, help her to stand out this summer with a voluminous, classic 1960’s-inspired hairstyle, like this one seen at Christian Siriano’s 2016 Resort Collection Event. Below, Sebastian Professional Stylist Design Team Member Anthony Cole shares how to get this fearless look.

For TOME's recent Resort 2016 presentation in New York City, hairstylist Dale Delaporte from Prema Salon NYC was inspired by Dorothy Parker and an element of casual elegance when creating the luxurious, yet laid-back locks for the models. According to Dale, the look at TOME was based on "the girl that falls on the 'street' side of elegant, so the hair had to represent that. This collection has a lot of volume and some really interesting shapes, so the hair needed to stay controlled and casual.

Aveda Guest Artist, Frank Rizzieri, ponied up a “low, thick and simple tail with a tousled side part” for the Stella McCartney 2016 Resort Presentation.Beautiful, billowy, floor skimming dresses in cream, peach, tangerine and lemon hues were featured in the presentation, held at Elizabeth Street Garden in New York City. The collection was inspired by the look of easy-going festival-goers that combine a cool girl look with a chic, relaxed vibe. 

Wedding season is fast-approaching, and salons will soon be booked with bridesmaids and brides-to-be, looking for the perfect hairstyles for their walk down the aisle. There's no better way to ensure that your guest is on-trend and wedding-ready than by taking a cue from Fashion Week runways for the most of-the-moment, beautiful looks. From elegant up-dos, to wind-swept styles, to romantic waves, Redken Global Creative Director Guido shares his looks straight from the Fall/Winter 2015 runways. Click through to see these 4 Fashion Week-inpsired bridal styles!

Backstage Beauty: Delpozo Fall 2015
It wouldn’t be New York Fashion Week without a reference to a noteworthy painter, and the artist of inspiration for Delpozo’s collection is Russian renaissance painter Andrey Remnev. The beauty result of this point of reference? Solid gold.

NYFW Hair: Dark, Downtown Hairstyles at Alexander Wang  AW15
Taking inspiration from rock-and-roll legend Marilyn Manson, Redken Global Creative Director Guido achieved a dark, downtown look for the runway at Alexander Wang this season. Using Redken’s Diamond Oil High Shine Airy Mist and Forceful 23 super strength hairspray in unconventional ways, Guido created a wet-looking, gothic style to go with the darkness of the designer’s new collection.Guido, Redken Global Creative Director explains:

Cuccio kicked off NYFW with men's manis at the Gilded Age presentation held at the Refinery Rooftop. Led by Elaine Watson, the team gave manicures to each of the 20 male models using a variety of Cuccio products.

NYFW Get the Look: 50s-Inspired Looks at Perry Ellis
Perry Ellis recently presented the Spring/Summer 2015 Collection, presented by CHI Hair Care. From the day he launched his first line in 1976, Perry Ellis made fashion meaningful simply by not taking it so seriously. This year's themed collection, according to the company’s Creative Director Michael Maccari, is an Active Wear Trend, comprised of active silhouettes with active wear fabrics.

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