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Winter is only weeks away, and with colder temps on the horizon, it’s only a matter of time before the harsh weather conditions wreak havoc on your strands. To help you adjust to the seasonal changes, we asked Keune Technical Director Amber Skrzypek to share her most coveted hair secrets for getting through the winter months. Read on to find out her top tips for keeping tresses in check.
By definition, an anomaly is something that deviates from what is “normal” – in this collection Matthew Tyldesley and his team work to create a collection where the models take on a mutant-like feel. “When I say anomaly, I am looking to create something unusual, almost parasitic or alien-like,” says Tyldesley. Learn more about this collection...
A common theme seen throughout the shows this year was a focus on comfortable shoes. While most designers outfitted their models in fun flats and strappy sandals Christopher Kane made headlines by trying to bring back the Croc, yet again. Although this wasn’t the focus of the show, one couldn’t help but comment. The real emphasis of his collection was on a woman’s life in suburbia, a tale that most graciously revelled in the 50s and 60s and whose theme seems apparent again today, at least in Christopher Kane’s take on fashion. His garments mocked mops, sponges and shower curtains as a longing for cleanliness and order amongst chaos and sensual undertones was ever present.
There is a lot to be said to someone wanting to be a part of this industry. This is what I have to say to them: Be completely transparent, be aware, pay attention to the details. When you get opportunities no matter what your level of expertise is, take it! When you do start to work on set one day you could be a department head, the next you can be a day player and if you remember your work and your ethics to perform graciously with skill and remove your ego you'll last a very long time.
Project Runway Alum Christopher Palu held an iconic show for his SS18 collection at New York Fashion Week. There was a new age “woman warrior” theme present throughout the lineup with leather cut outs and overlays reminiscent of chain mail, and the pèice de résistance being the Joan of Arc printed dress. To echo these styles, the hair was very unique, accentuating the sentiment of the show.
The Marc Jacobs SS18 show was the show seen (and not heard) around the world. Models walked in silence and many of us followed along via Instastory to the audience’s whispers, mostly praising Kaia Gerber. The show took place at the Park Avenue Armory – a feast for the eyes in and of itself. The audience took their seats in a single line around the show floor, each getting their own front row peek of the “runway”. As models lapped around the giant hall, the audience was left enamored for the tropical getaway Jacobs so eloquently created. You actually heard the movement of the fabric – swooshing and clinking – as you were transformed into another world.
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