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THE ALTERNATIVE HAIR SHOW PROUDLY ANNOUNCES THIS YEAR VIRTUAL SHOWS "IMAGINE"
SAVE THE DATE: October 11th 20.00 GMT
THE ALTERNATIVE HAIR
SHOW 2020 ARTISTIC TEAMS :
ANNE VECK - UK
BEAUTY UNDERGROUND - USA
CARLO BAY - ITALY
DMITRY VINOKUROV - RUSSIA
GOGEN - ITALY
KEN ZHOU - CHINA
KLAUS PETER OCHS - GERMANY
KOHSUKE VISUAL NETWORK - JAPAN
MIKEL LUZEA - SPAIN
ROBERT CROMEANS - USA
RUDY MOSTARDA - ITALY
SACO - UK
SASSOON - UK
SANRIZZ - UK
SEBASTIAN ARTISTIC TEAM - UK
STEVO PAVLOVIC - SLOVENIA
TIGI CREATIVE TEAM - UK
Inspired by London’s New Romantics and the legendary Benneton campaigns of the 1980s, Libertines sees hair coloured using bright monochromic hues (a fresh take on the vivid craze) and styled in Beauty Underground’s signature look of multiple textures and editorial styling. The make-up takes inspiration from Adam Ant but pushes the idea further with asymmetric colours and shapes.
Ph: John Rawson
Make-Up/Stylist: BU Make-up
Stylist: Mona Lucero
This collection is the first collection of this team, refers to the Japanese term dystopia, which is the starting point for the futuristic inspiration of this work. Dystopias describe a dehumanized world, with tyrannical governments that control everything, environmental disasters and other characteristics associated with the cataclysmic decline of society. In art, it has served to alert us on how contemporary societies are heading towards the new order, which has been created from the destructuring of everything human and sensible.
Ph: David Arnal
Make-up: Yos Baute
Stylist: Savior by Lu
Tones that make you look; tones that make you stare. Their daring colours and bold cuts make these styles stand out from the crowd. This collection demonstrates that even the fiercest of cuts can still be feminine by using vibrant colours to offset the harshness. For those who want to be more than just a number, for those who want to be unique!
Ph David Arnal
Make - up: Wilder Rodríguez
Stylist: Aaron Gil
Part of his exploration of contemporary Paris fashion, Parisian Couture explores the shapes, textures and designs of haute couture with hair that
reflects the diverse looks and styles of leading fashion houses.
Ph: Desmond Murray
Make-Up: Jo Sugar
Stylist: Deanne Lewis
Find put the latest hair collection, called “Prive”, made by “ Gary Hooker & Michal Young” international hairstylist from UK
Ph: Michael Young
Stylist: Clare Frith
At the start of 2020, no one could have predicted what was to come. With rumblings of a new virus in Asia at the end of last year, it wasn’t until February until cases started to appear in Europe.
By the beginning of March, the World Health Organisation declared Covid-19 a pandemic and by the end of the month, the whole world had closed down. For global companies such as TONI&GUY, the shutdown of the world’s economies brought challenges never seen before. “TONI&GUY is 57 years old and we have survived and thrived through recessions, but this was completely different. It has brought challenges we have never experienced and forced us to look at the business in a way that was unprecedented,” explains global creative director, Sacha Mascolo-Tarbuck.
CEO Nigel Darwin joined the company at the start of 2019 and says initially it wasn’t clear how big Coronavirus was going to be. “We’ve had instances in Asia with Sars and Mers before, but once things began to grow in Italy, it became clear this wasn’t like anything we had seen before.
“Normal ways of working were no longer appropriate; we had to change our leadership and communication. Our focus is usually planning three or five years ahead; this changed to focusing on the tomorrow. Our number one concern was our communication with our teams, their mental and emotional health.”
Sacha, who worked closely with father and founder Toni Mascolo from the age of 17, used her knowledge to analyse the business and bring the community together. “While it was a scary time, it was also exciting,” she says. “We immediately set up groups and zoom calls with our partners and teams, sharing experiences and learning from each other. "
As we came out of lockdown and into reopening, Nigel explains how they had to manage expectations. “We knew nothing would be black and white so we had to make some assumptions for us to begin planning to reopen. We want TONI&GUY and the industry to come out of this stronger than ever.”
Cos Sakkas, international artistic director and nominee for British Hairdresser of the Year, UK
“We were quite late to lockdown in the UK but we knew it was coming. We had seen the effects of Coronavirus on our salons in Asia and Europe and knew we were next. However, it didn’t make it any easier. We suddenly went from being fully booked in the academy to being empty and clients not travelling to salons. And no one expected us to be isolating for quite so long! For us, the most important thing was to make sure all our teams were OK – there was a lot of uncertainty and fear and we spent the first few days making sure furlough was in place and people felt safe. "
Bill Watson, educational director for TONI&GUY Asia
“We have had virus warnings from China in the past, but we soon realised this was different. While face masks are the norm here, our main priority was to protect our teams and get the correct PPE.
Bronwyn Illingworth, director TONI&GUY New Zealand
We had 72 hours’ notice before lockdown but our prime minister, We had some support from the Government so apart from negotiating rents and loss of earnings, it wasn’t too challenging. We did some marketing on tips and hair hacks and kept everything upbeat and positive. We did this as a team and came up with
Jose Boix, head of TONI&GUY Spain
“Lockdown was announced on 13 March and initially the Spanish Government wanted salons to stay open because we were considered key to society. However, it wasn’t long before we realised we were going through a big health scare and clients were staying home, so it didn’t make sense to open. The lockdown has been very difficult for some people – many people were depressed and the uncertainty of jobs, families and the economy effected a lot of people"
Charity Cheah, co-founder TONI&GUY Italy
From the outset, we made sure we connected with our team and our clients – we constantly communicated in a positive and empathetic way and helped them navigate the ever-changing scenarios. We offered daily tips on how to care for their hair at home through virtual consultations, video tutorials, weekly Instagram Lives and focused on how to stay positive and centered. For our team we offered daily digital training and regular business zoom meetings and we were constantly connected with the global team. We were in lockdown for two and half months so we used this time constructively to strengthen their training needs with cutting and styling sessions, consultation skills and updating their education and soft skill needs so they felt that they would come back stronger than ever. The biggest challenge for us was bridging the physical distance between clients and hairdressers and we made it a priority to keep these relationships alive. We kept everyone connected and well-supported through various social media platforms.
As a global company we have fostered stronger relationships in our network, our team and our clients. I am immensely grateful for the opportunity to learn and grow, both with our clients and also as a global team. It has all been an opportunity to expand and this has definitely made us more resilient and united!
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Hair: Akin Konizi - hob academy
A camera is like a window to a world; its ability to capture the pure essence of someone, to expose their true personality. The images it produces allow the viewer an insight into that person, a glimpse of who they are deep down.
Ph: Joan Crisol
Make-up: Jose Garcia Peluqueros
Stylist: Antonio Bordera
Model: Krys Pasiecznik
This collection is inspired by a night at the Carnival – the strong colours, neon signs, energy and exciting life of live street show fair. Precision and textured haircuts combined with strong vivid colours are then enhanced by bright styling with deliberate pale make-up of faces caught in the bright nighttime carnival lights.
Ph: John Rawson
Make-Up: Lan Grealis
Stylist: Jared Green
Discard: to get rid of or dismiss something as no longer useful or desirable!There are times in life that we forget that something we now view as old, run-down or obsolete was once in its prime; a thing of beauty, iconic & something to be admired & cherished! I wanted to shoot in this old brewery in my hometown, not only because of the beauty & atmosphere that still exists there now despite its age, but also to remind myself of how alive with atmosphere it was in its day, & that life is a collection of beautiful moments in time! This collection imagery has an editorial vibe, while the styling has just a hint of nostalgia - the focus is on classically beautiful hair that is uncomplicated, simplistic & authentic.
Ph: PIXIE Bella Photography
Make-up: Sharon Fallon & Candice Chevalley
Stylist: Katie Sutton
Find put the latest hair collection, called “The Black”, made by “Carolina Rosenberger ” international hairstylist from SK.
Ph: Jan Varchola
Make-Up: Zuzana Suszter
The combination of apparently opposed elements creates a new reality, opposed to the established. It consists of creating a new order in which geometric shapes and tones are challenging, giving way to a new way of thinking
Ph: Luis Azarte
Make-up: El Salon Hairdressing Club
Stylist: Melissa Webb
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Collection de coiffures - de mariées. Un véritable Hymne à l’Amour aux travers des époques et des mythes.
Hairstyling : Eric SAMMARTANO & Laurent LEGAL
Ph: Daniel PISTER
Find put the latest hair collection, called “Amour Tout Court ”, made by “ Alexander Kiryliuk - SK STYLE BARCELONA ” international hairstylist from ES
Art Director: Alexander Kiryliuk -
SK STYLE BARCELONA
Ph: David Arnal
Make - up: Natalya Sidorova
Backstage Ph: Evgenia Muzheva
Retouching: Javier Villalabeitia
ROMA: troviamo grandi nomi all'interno dello Staff del noto Salone Saccucci's Masterclass come quello dell' artista internazionale ANGELO DI PASCA.
Il bellissimo Salone nel quartiere più prestigioso di Roma Eur dal 1969, vanta di uno Staff tra i più qualificati d'Italia, composto da nomi d'eccellenza come il grande stilista ANGELO DI PASCA con anni d’intensa esperienza internazionale, amico da tempo di Mario Saccucci e in collaborazione con Marco Saccucci ideatore della Saccuccimasterclass!
Le clienti più trend della capitale Romana, che cercano unicità nel loro look non possono che frequentare il Saccucci's Masterclass, dove la Classe, qualità e la moda sono l'ordine del giorno!
È appena iniziata la settimana della moda di Milano e già possiamo immaginare lovers e addetti ai lavori che, come tante formichine, corrono da una parte all’altra della città, da una presentazione a una sfilata (per quelle che saranno a porte aperte) e viceversa. Nell’attesa di essere uno splendido umarell per -magari- alternare l’ammirazione di un cantiere a questo colorato spettacolo, quasi pirotecnico, di eccentriche figure in movimento, ritorniamo alla nostra realtà e vediamo su quali posti possiamo contare per lavorare qualche ora o, perché no, per la giornata intera, nelle diverse zone di Milano. Da Porta Romana a Bovisa, dai Navigli a Città Studi, approfittiamo di questo mini-viaggio negli spazi coworking per scoprire più da vicino la capitale della moda, spingendoci al di fuori del centro (siamo a Milano, le distanze non dovrebbero spaventarci).
21 Way of Living, Via Enrico Nöe 24, Zona Città Studi Hanno regalato una nuova piazza a Milano, in un momento complicato in cui, più del solito, lo spazio ha un significato e un valore senza confini. Basterebbe questo per innamorarsi di 21WOL, che costruisce la sua identità su una sapiente base alberghiera (offre 120 camere di design), ma che sposta il cuore su un concetto molto più significativo. L’atmosfera internazionale si fonde con quella di quartiere per favorire nuove connessioni, riabilitando il significato della (spesso abusata) parola community, che qui diventa un vero e proprio valore. 21WOL è un hotel, ma anche coliving, bistrot e, ovviamente, coworking con la possibilità di usufruire di uffici chiusi e spazi aperti nell'ampia corte interna, un locus amoenus arricchito da un programma di eventi tra cui talks, concerti acustici e presentazioni.
Coffice, Via Olona 11, Zona Centro "Lavorare, studiare, giocare, condividere progetti e passioni". Questo spazio visto da fuori sembrerebbe un caffè dall'arredamento minimal con muri bianchi e atmosfera rilassata, ma in realtà è un coworking dove si può passare del tempo (pagando a ore) con una formula buffet che include spuntini dolci e salati a volontà (alla fine mancano 9 mesi alla prova costume..) e ovviamente caffè, caffè, caffè.
Combo, Ripa di Porta Ticinese 83, Zona Navigli Affacciato sui Navigli, Combo sembrerebbe la naturale evoluzione della tipica casa di ringhiera milanese (con serra) che è stato in passato: permane l'atmosfera calda e raccolta di vicinato di una volta (molto diverso da quello che oggi finge di non vederti per evitare il saluto), si aggiunge l'offerta di un'ospitalità che non si esaurisce nell'ostello di oltre 200 posti letto, ma assume la sua forma più significativa nelle attività culturali, radio show (perché Combo ha anche una sua radio sempre on air) ed eventi aperti al pubblico, che fanno di questo spazio un crocevia di idee ed espressioni artistiche. Le formule di coworking prevedono 3 diverse offerte che includono servizio di caffetteria: da 4 ore, full day e full day + lunch.
Ostello Bello Grande, Via Roberto Lepetit 33, Zona Stazione Centrale Arrivi a Milano, esci dalla Stazione Centrale e lo trovi subito lì, a darti il benvenuto. L'Ostello Bello Grande, già dal nome si capisce, ti accoglie sorridente come se fosse un colorato personaggio di Miyazaki: un Totoro nostrano, ma in versione ostello, con bar e giardino pergolato, terrazza ("rooftop", per dirla alla milanese imbruttita) con BBQ al sesto piano (posto perfetto per sognare grandi cambiamenti di vita) e addirittura il ping pong. Ah, se Milano fosse tutta così. Siete qui per lavorare? Troverete sicuramente la soluzione più adatta per voi: le persone sono al centro della mission dell'Ostello e di conseguenza le proposte per gli ospiti si modellano in base alla loro esigenza, proprio come il Gattobus dello studio Ghibli.
Standards, Via Maffucci 26, Coworking a Milano in zona Bovisa - Dergano Standards è uno spazio di sperimentazione artistica e sonora che dal 2015 spinge Milano verso una profonda ricerca di nuove prospettive culturali. Animata dalle organizzazioni artistiche no profit Frequente e Terzo Paesaggio, propone performance dal vivo, workshop, mostre e ora anche coworking. È vero che il lavoro nobilita l’uomo, ma anche trovare occasione di scambio e ascolto di un possibile e altro futuro è un lusso che non possiamo permetterci di perdere, specie in momenti in cui vengono perlopiù forniti incentivi alla conservazione anziché spinte al “ripensamento”, come si affermava qualche tempo fa su un editoriale de Il Post.
Talent Garden, Via Arcivescovo Calabiana 6, Zona Porta Romana - Corso Lodi I TAG nascono come veri e propri coworking che affondano le loro radici nelle community (solitamente professionisti del digitale) che vivono i loro spazi (solitamente immensi). Il Talent Garden milanese non fa eccezione, almeno per quanto riguarda le dimensioni, coprendo una superficie di quasi 8500 metri quadrati. A due passi dalla Fondazione Prada (motivo in più per cui siamo certi che passerete da queste parti), entrando nel TAG Calabiana, entrerete a far parte di un network per cui vi sentirete automaticamente stimolati e un po' più intelligenti. Come dopo aver visto Tenet.
SALÓN LOOK International Image and Integral Aesthetics Exhibition is moving its next edition to 22-24 October 2021
SALÓN LOOK and IFEMA is already preparing new online communication and marketing actions and services, as well as planning next year's edition and studying new projects that allow the sector to be revitalised and reactivated.
The decision has been reached with the Organising Committee, with the aim of being able to hold the exhibition in a more stable environment ensuring the success of participants.
The dates for Salón Look 2021 will be from 22 to 24 October, and it will offer a commercial, promotional and business-oriented space, as well as an interesting programme of activities worthy of an event like this, which, in its last edition, included over 1,200 brands and received more than 66,000 professional visitors.
Due to the uncertainty of social distancing measures and the general Covid—19 situation the fifth edition of the Photo Vogue Festival (PVF), organised by Vogue Italia will be mainly digital. A never seen before platform will host the exhibitions, talks and projections.
Excerpts of the exhibitions will also be displayed outdoors from October 30th until November 22nd, in the Giardini di Porta Venezia in Milan, to allow the community to interact with the works. The full exhibitions will be browsable online starting November 12, and the live events, talks, zoom parties and portfolio reviews will populate the same platform from the 19th to the 22nd of November 2020.
As every edition, the Festival will be a unique opportunity for those interested in photography, fashion and art to come into contact with a showcase of innovative photography and industry leaders, from curators to practitioners.
If any image is inherently political, so is the act of choosing and displaying them. Fashion photography is a layered and complex art form, a dream factory that is more and more predominantly the preferred stage where collective identities are played and created. With this in mind we decided to introduce for the 5th edition of Photo Vogue Festival a novel way of examining and exploring the current fashion photography panorama, by initiating a dialogue among four of its most brilliant minds.
Alexandra von Fuerst, Camila Falquez, Nadine Ijewere and Ruth Ossai are all “contemporary socially conscious fashion photographers”. They are part of a new generation of artists whose aesthetics is intrinsically a hybrid of genres: in their images, fashion engages in a constant dialogue with visual arts and journalism, as well as with an introjected need to balance out the various levels of representation. The work of Alexandra, Camila, Nadine and Ruth, is imbued with issues of gender, race, womanhood, without ever being didactic or redundant - on the contrary, it is glamorous, vibrant and powerful.
They are four artists working in an industry – fashion – that is undergoing a profound journey of self-reflection and they are not mere bystanders observing the change but rather part of the main driving force.
For PVF 2020, we decided to give space to their vision, initiating a 4-way dialogue where the artists are not only the protagonists of the exhibition but also its curators.
The photographs in the exhibition, as well as the sequencing and main themes explored are therefore the result of a collaborative creation between Alexandra, Camila, Nadine and Ruth, through zoom calls, whatsapp chats and shared dropbox folders. As the curatorial process in this particular case is inextricably part of the artistic process, the exhibition will include excerpts of the dialogues between the artists.
Find put the latest hair collection, called “ LXXXVII ”, made by “ Megan Panozzo ” international hairstylist from AU
Ph: David Mannah
Make-up: Chereine Waddell