Melbourne Street Styles

July 15, 2017

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Inspired by feminism, this collection portrays women as independent, empowered, equal, free and desirable. The black turtlenecks used in the clothing created a timeless and consistent garment that spanned decades and was subtle and comfortable, allowing the focus to be on the hair fashion.

 

To celebrate fashion and individuals’ interpretation of it, some imperfection and movement was added to the looks. Then colour was injected, to enhance the creations and make the hair leap from the page. 

 

Name of collection: Glycerine

Hairdresser: Scott Condon

Colourist: Charlene Fernandez

Salon: rokk ebony, South Melbourne, Australia

Photographer: Elizabeth May Kinnaird

Make-Up Artist: Sarah Baxter

www.rokkebony.com.au

 

 

 

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