Give hair a modern twist by adding dishevelment through the lengths, pull apart braids and tease tendrils round the face, showcased perfectly in this collection from the Bomton Studios creative team, Czech Republic. Fringes are blunt, juxtaposing with textured layers, while loose tendrils frame the face.
Texture is the key to the collection by Jamie Richards, with long, wavy layers, colour melts and wet-look updo’s. With inspiration direct from the catwalks, these styles are wearable and consumer friendly, with a nod to the world of fashion.
Who says summer colour should be natural and subtle? Bright and bold is the theme for the latest collection by Robert Kirby, London, which features canary yellow, royal blue, pillarbox red and bright purple. Combined with brightly coloured lighting, this collection will add a splash of colour to any dull day.
An eclectic meeting of inspiration is behind the latest collection by Ingrid Wolff at Blow! It’s A Hair Thing, Adelaide, Australia. It combines the evolution of retro’s influence on hair as it transitions into a more 1980s aesthetic, with the roughness and untamed nature of more organic silhouettes from the world of sport luxe. Combining the evolution Read More
Hair is the crown you never take off – and the Royals collection by Cherie Falco at Kinky, Curly, Straight in Adelaide, Australia, showcases strength and power in these monarchy-inspired looks. Crowns, Elizabethan and Baroque all feature with leather, wire and plastic lattice used to convey sculptures fit for a Queen.
Whether it is fishtail, dishevelled or Heidi, braids and plaits come in many guises. The latest collection from the Jones & Payne creative team, London, showcases a host of plaits that are soft, elegant and wearable.
Beautiful, bespoke colours are blended together for this bohemian-inspired collection by Tracey Devine Smith for Affinage. Hair is moulded into hazy, feminine shapes with flowers, pastels and lace working together to create a collection that epitomises lazy summer days.
Red, green, blue and purple – these and more all appear in the latest colourful collection from Vivienne Mackinder. Taking inspiration from Yin and Yang, opposites certainly attract and work in unison on a selection on styles, lengths and textures.