Well, here I am in beautiful but extremely cold Paris and what better way to distract me from the cold elements then to head back stage at the Issey Miyake A/W13 show with Wella.
Let me introduce you to Wella Professionals Global Creative Director for Care and Styling, Eugene Souleiman. This creative stylist and fun loving guy, demonstrated the hair look for the Issey Miyake show.
The inspiration: Astral Flight, keeping the hair light and organic, taking cues from the collection of printed textiles and airial views of landscapes.
“The Issey Miyake collection is famed for being very conceptual which made me want to create a contrasting hair look that was organic and looked as if it could be created in five minutes – although the reality is it took a lot longer” said Eugene.
The core of creating this look was in the preparation of giving the hair volume at the roots and static throughout for a result of airy, light and workable hair. Movement was key to defining this look as the model on the runway would bring life to this hair style with every step.This not so effortlessly pieced together look was the perfect support cast for the fabulous Issey Miyake collection that was about to hit the runway.
Not long now until I leave for Paris! My suitcase situation is an issue with overflowing jackets, shoes and dresses. Now I understand why celebrities have about six LV trunks and wheelies when they travel.
I love this Natasha Gan bright and fun suit, its great as individual statement pieces as well as a powerful matchy matchy look. I think I will be doing the suit-fit for the Spring Racing this year!
I leave on Tuesday so be sure to follow my INSTAGRAM for all things Paris and PFW! I will also start hashtag: #WWKDinParis
Photographer: Karen Woo
That is such a beautiful dress on you! :) I love the "castle" in the backgr
Jess, this video is super, very helpful, I tried... and I successfully curled my
The skirt is amzazing, I loved both outfits, but I would choose the second one
That is such a beautiful skirt! I really like it in the second outfit with the p
Love the first outfit! That's sports luxe if there ever exists such a thing <