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The Italian Touch Collection by Mauro Galzignato for Kemon

Thursday, 15 October 2015 10:29

Innovative and creative describe the moods of the new hairfashion collection by Mauro Galzignato for Kemon, with two trends dedicated to women and one for men.

The Autumn/Winter 2015-16 fashion collection signed The Italian Touch by Kemon presents two moods for women and one dedicated entirely to men, all of which share a study of past trends in fashion history and worldwide hairdressing.

Three trends were presented:

• Next Seventies: Looks and icons from the 1970s reinterpreted and created in a minimalist approach to a historic decade, presenting women as elegant and glamour chic. 

• Gentle Woman: The second women’s trend is an evolution of androgynous trends, re-elaborated with sophisticated elegance for a sensual, mischievous “gentlewoman”. 

• Retro Future: The echoes of the past permeate the men’s collection, which presents a dandy with a retro look from the 1970s, capable of reaffirming his status as a gentleman of the third millennium with a mix of styles and casual swagger. 

  • Credits
    Art Director: Mauro Galzignato
    Hairstylists: Sara Azzimonti, Pierre Baltieri, Diego Comandulli, Andrzej Kawulok,Primož Keršič, Francesca Morelli, Fabrizio Pandolfi, Jasmine Papavero, Daniele Pelella
    Photo: Filippo Fortis
    Fashion Coordinator: Vittorio Masciarelli
    Stylists: Alberto Sabatino, Romina Scopa
    Makeup: Fabrizio Camponeschi


  • Gentle Woman

  • Gentle Woman

  • Gentle Woman

  • Gentle Woman

  • Next Seventies

  • Next Seventies

  • Retro Future

  • Retro Future


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