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Ultra Texture by Ethos Hairdressing

Monday, 31 July 2017 13:37

Ultra Texture is the result of a collaboration with clothing designer Emma Beach and her label at Trouble At Mill. The inspiration came from textile designer and painter Sonia Delaunay. Famous from her involvement in the ‘Orphism’ movement, a type of Cubism, her textiles were mainly patchwork.

This and paneling mixed with glossy and metallic fabrics was the perfect accompaniment for this collection of matte, coarse and textured looks created by backcombing and compressing the hair. Though very modern, these images evoke 20’s bohemian Paris.

  • Credits
  • Hair: Ethos Creative Team
    Art Direction & Production: Adam M Bryant
    Styling: Ailsa McLaggan
    Makeup: Racquella Cass
    Styling: Trouble At Mill, Manchester
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