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Styles: ART.116 by Diego Guerrero, Spain

The days of confinement were experienced by the youngest as captivity, a deprivation of freedom that the clients of the salon tried to bypass by working their hair freely. A symbolic exercise in which imperfection reflects the expressive power of the emotions of those days and that has led them to be the protagonists of this collection, in which they tell their story in the first person. That brings them even closer to the collective feeling hair with cuts that form triangles, a sacred geometry from which they take the impulse to be reborn and to head towards the future. Not being professional models has allowed them to show the authenticity and truth that is behind their faces, connecting with the general public.

The days of confinement left us alone with ourselves and to the strangeness of what was happening outside, what we lived inside was added. It was also a state of personal alarm. After the salons were reopened, many clients confessed that during the period that the barbershop was closed they cut their own hair. They felt a need to improve their image as if taking control of their life in that time, that was more like not-time. That contact with their creativity connected them with their emotions and in those irregular and imperfect forms, a balance emerged. I have given them the leading role in this collection as a tribute. I wanted to reflect it in haircuts that were not intended for perfection, but respecting the silhouettes with sacred geometry that they unknowingly designed. That is why triangular shapes and textures that protrude are redundant. Hence the title that gives its name, the article of the Constitution that took us out of normality forever.

Hair: La barbería De Diego | @labarberiadediego

Photography: Ernesto Gonca | @ernestogonca

MUA: Inma | @creearte_inmavidal

Styling: La barbería De Diego | @labarberiadediego

Products: SkullMen @skullmen_k89


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