Ladies, focus. There is a LOT going on with the hair at Annah Stretton's Spring/Summer 2010-11 show. The lovely Richard Kavanagh took time out of his hectic schedule and told me what's going on with the two looks. The first was dubbed 'Chameleon' because 10 girls were going to wear the same dress in 10 different ways and Annah wanted the style to have a pop-punk feel to it. Richard created a flat bun at the back, parted hair to the side and then pulled dramatic sweeping strands across the face.
But the second look is what's going to get everybody talking; called 'Slaughter,' the inspiration is a '50s rockabilly biker Brigitte Bardot. Riiight. It took heaps of Redken Touch Control, Wool Shake, round brush-blow-drying and backcombing to achieve, but the piece de resistance was the little hair-wrapped animal that would adorn 15 models' heads. Crazy. Richard said about 60 hours of manpower had gone into the intricate processing of wrapping the different animals in hair, ready to secure to models with hair pins. Check out the show-opener above which is a deer. So kitsch. I love it! I'm off to get a koala put on now . . .
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