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Published on Mar 24, 2015
After 15 years backstage and front row at fashion week, we went back for the LFW Autumn Winter 2015 catwalk shows to support our session stylists and discover the latest hair trends.
Gareth Pugh made his return to London. Hair stylist Anthony Turner recreated a Royal Brittania, British-inspired look into three different hairstyles . Tecni.ART Pli was used to create the first choppy short hairstyles. The second, warrior style ponytails were all about super shine, using Mythic Oil to create the finished look. Fringes gave a visor effect. The third and final look was wavy and free flowing, using a three-pronged tong and Mythic Oil to create the Pre-Raphaelite inspired style.
At Jonathan Saunders, the look by Luke Hersheson was a slicked back bun with lots of Tecni.ART Pli. The hair was then knotted twice, with the ends left out to imply nonchalance and 90's minimalism.
Barbara Casasola's hair was created by Adam Reed of Percy&Reed, who created a new hair texture called un-grunge. He referred to this being a grungy texture without the hair looking dirty. Tecni.ART Pli was used to give amazing hold and just before the models went out, Infinium Extra Strong was sprayed onto the hair to give a great finish.
For Topshop Unique, Anthony Turner was inspired by the Topshop girl that once lived in the highlands and has moved to the city. The hero product was the Wild Stylers Crépage de Chignon by Tecni.ART. This product gives a matte texture to the hair.
The key look for the Central St. Martins MA show with Tina Farey at RUSH, was a rough-texture, grunge hairstyle. Wild Stylers Next Day Hair by Tecni.ART was used to create a lived-in feeling to the hair. A dewy texture was then created using Mythic Oil and Wild Stylers Beach Waves.
For J. W. Anderson's show, Anthony Turner took his inspiration from the designers collection based on young, clubbing girls. Tecni.ART Full Volume mousse is used to prep the hair. Hair is then scraped back into a ponytail and quickly twisted into a messy knot, then secured with simple hair combs. The front of the hair is left wet to appear as though she has been dancing for hours.
Luke Hersheson created a 50's Teddy Boy look for Roksanda. Luke used loads of Infinium hairspray to bend the quiff-like shape at the front of the hair. Roksanda describes experimenting with warm, wintery colours and shades. "Working with Luke and L'Oréal Professionnel was great, we tried to create characters this time, the girl that has attitude."
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