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Miyake Collection by Craig Smith @ Fruition Hair

Friday, 09 September 2016 10:58

From Kawakubo to Yamamoto many loved the look of geometrical pleats including Issey Miyake. Japanese design was the leading inspiration of Craig Smith’s hair collection. This amazing hairfashion images explode with a multi-faceted approach that mirrors those of origami. Can we get an #origato?

  • Credits
    Hair: Craig Smith @ Fruition Hair
    Styling: Emma Cotterill
    Makeup: Cheriene Waddell
    Photo: Andrew O’Toole
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