Stylist Scott Sloan Looks to the Past for His Latest Endeavor

When conceiving his latest compilation, Where Are We Now?, award-winning hairdresser Scott Sloan of Australia’s renowned Sloans salons looked to decades past as well as a contemporary fashion muse for inspiration. Using Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele’s “treasure chest of aesthetic references” as the foundation for his collection, Sloan sourced wardrobe consisting of amped-up kaleidoscopic colors along with tons of embellishments and prints to embody relaxed opulence and sophisticated femininity. Smiles Sloan, “The looks show gentleness, but with a definite edge.” 

  • What's in a Name

    Where Are We Now? is a reference to the 2013 David Bowie song of the same name, which is a moving tribute to the city of Berlin—a location that also inspires much of Alessandro Michele’s work at Gucci. 

  • Killer Body

    A vibrant Raquel Welch-esque mane is an amalgamation of the ’60s/’70s influence that continues to be trending today. 

  • Simply Shagged

    A mullet for the modern age is at once vulnerable and fierce, made soft for this new epoch. 

  • Retro Revamp

    Scott Sloan seeks to examine the notion of reinvention, reflected in the marriage of both past and present proclivities in the styles’ aesthetics. 

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