The latest collection from the Mahogany Hairdressing Creative Team, ‘Ed-torians’ takes strong references from the London based Turkish fashion designer Bora Aksu and ground breaking film director Ken Russell
Aksu’s heavily continuous Victorian inspired designs, are about contrast. Proper and improper; regular and irregular; elegant with raw. Before Russell’s film directing career established he worked as a freelance photographer. In 1951 he captured the fledging youth and culture fashion of the London ‘Teddy Girls’, whose dress code was inspired by Edwardian gentlemen.
"Whilst remaining absolute to the Mahogany Hairdressing viewpoint, ruffled contours, prominent disconnection and head embracing cutting movable shapes marries perfectly with core colours of metallic mint to opal blonde, with cast colours of pewter silver to a buttercup yellow, creating effortless continuous tonal colour, formulating a seamless diffusion,” says Colin Greaney, International Creative Director.
Hair: Mahogany Creative Team, London & Oxford
Makeup: Claire De-Graft
Clothes Styling: Chloe Holland
Products: L’Oréal Professionnel
Posted on 22.10.2018
Ed-torians Mahogany Hairdressing Creative Team
The shoot was very 80s inspired, featuring looks that were very iconic but with a color pop
Bohemian Rhapsody served as the inspiration for this collection. Hair design arose from wanting to showcase traveling from a classic look to texture and punk with hair. The cuts were complemented by simplistic styling and makeup to make the hair pop.