Loose piece-y textured hair by Peter Gray at the fab Badgley Mischka Fall 2015 New York Fashion Week Show. So beautiful. Hair not perfectly in place but with a gorgeous and modern finish, without looking messy. Two ornate gilded roses, in different colors, were added to nestle at the back of the glam styles. For more versions, and detailed how-to’s, click HERE
Hair: Peter Gray for Moroccanoil … Photos: © Helen Oppenheim
Fab feather nails and jewelry, fashions by Fig & Viper at the Tokyo Meets NYC Runway Show for New York Fashion Week Fall 2015. More from Tokyo Runway, click HERE
Hair: Kenshin Asano, Tokyo, using Moroccanoil … Makeup: Miyako Okamoto, Shiseido …
Photo: © Paul Morejón
Romantic hair inspired by fairies, woodland nymphs and the haunting beauty of Max Reinhardt’s 1935 film “A Midsummer’s Night Dream” was the theme for Peter Gray’s hair for the Badgley Mischka Spring 2013 New York Fashion Week show.
The ribbon-like hair floated angelically, some accented with a tiny flower or two nestling here and there. Small random crimps gave an airy effect and added to the magic. A braided shelf acted as a base for the complicated carefully conceived dreamy hair, lovely for beautiful brides. For more romance and how-to’s, click HERE:
Hair: Peter Gray for Moroccanoil … Makeup: Tom Pecheux, Mac Cosmetics …
Photos/Collage: © Helen Oppenheim
Tokyo street style meets New York Fashion Week runways for Fall 2015. Japan’s leading business to consumer fashion event showcased the work of 7 Japanese contemporary brands ranging from casual and luxury to the street.
The designers were Fig & Viper(Tokyo Street Style) … Aula (contemporary clothing) … Double Standard Cothing (layered, textured designs) … DressCamp (bold colors, couture-inspired) … Han Ahn Soon … A-Girls and Riccimie.
Seen here, Tokyo Street Style fashions from Fig & Viper. The hair, by Kenshin Asano is a Tokyo street-style bob. For more New York Fashion Week, stay tuned …
Hair: Kenshin Asano,Tokyo, using Moroccanoil … Makeup: Miyako Okamoto, Shiseido … Photos: © Paul MorejónComment
From the Tokyo Runway Show at New York Fashion Week for Fall 2015, here is a simple idea for long or any hair – gold cord from ear to ear dresses up the back of the head, styled by Kenshin Asano of Tokyo for Aula Fashions. More NY Fashion Week later, stay tuned …
Hair: Kenshin Asano,Tokyo, using Moroccanoil … Photos: © Paul Morejón
Time for curly curls again. Love them. And time for some hairstyles on the NY Fashion Week runways that work to photograph, front view. Please. These, by Peter Gray for the gorgeous Badgely Mischka’s NY Fashion Week Fall 2012 show, were inspired by the 1927 German Expressionist cult film “Metropolis” directed by Fritz Lang.
Everyone can be inspired by this fluffy curly cloud look with a big, soft, multi-dimensional shape and random curls loosely pulled then backcombed in unexpected places with a deep wave at the front blended into the fluffy texture. Click here for more versions and, if you don’t have naturally curly hair, detailed how to’s:
Hair: Peter Gray using Moroccanoil … Makeup: Tom Pecheux for MAC … Photos: Helen OppenheimComment
Peter Gray’s low swept bangs with a deep diagonal part and strands tied at the back for Badgley Mischka’s Fall 2014 Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Show were sometimes worn with lovely lazy loose waves at the back and were all about polished texture with a modern edge that translated seamlessly from day into evening. For his signature trick, a tutorial, some of the fashions for this show, click here: And check out his original idea for this show at the end (not used!)
Hair: Peter Gray using Moroccanoil …Makeup: Tom Pecheux, Mac Cosmetics … Photos: Helen OppenheimComment
Third in a series featuring the talent in action working on the photos in the Archives.
Orlando Pita, Orlo Salon, demonstrating his beaded headbands for TV backstage for Moroccaanoil at the Carolina Herrera Summer 2010 Fashion Week Show. To see the album on this show and how creatively the headband was worked into the hair, click here:
Photo: © Helen OppenheimComment