Anthony Nader, in partnership with Davroe, held a Summer Trends 2020 session over an impressive vegan breakfast spread. For the event, media gathered at RAW Anthony Nader in Surry Hills, where Anthony explained the purpose of the informal, one hour session.
“We’re going to give some information about what is happening in our world at RAW,” he said. “You’re going to see what’s inspiring us, including some fashion elements.”
Anthony said he also wanted to showcase “at a consumer level, what is happening with haircut and colours”.
Five models, each with their own hairdressers, assembled ion a line where each stylist gave an overview of which look they had created with the assistance of the Davroe range.
Davroe styling products, which are vegan, petro-chemical free, paraben free and sulphate free, were used on each model’s hair, including the Body Volume Texture, Brilliance Shine Mist, Cloud, Smoothing Balm, Murray Rive Sea Salt Spray, Complete Aerosol Hairspray and more.
The first look featured cool, effortless waves, not too set. Inspired by Rosie Huntington Whiteley and capturing someone who could go from brunch to evening, this look was the embodiment of the ultimate ‘cool girl’.
The second look was titled ‘mermaidy, wavy hair’. It was inspired by the Ralph & Russo Spring/Summer 2019 runway show. The look was achieved by creating two French braids, then unravelling them and incorporated lots of blunt ends and no damage to the hair with absence of hot tools.
The third look was an up style that was a simple, soft, up-do with embellishments. The look was perfect for weddings, as its not too neat at the back and dishevelled at the front, as inspired by the Prada and Chanel runway shows.
The fourth look was inspired by the Miu Miu runway. It featured a little quiff at the front, offset with soft natural curls. Made for the creative girl, it was created by backcombing and pinning with bobby pins.
The fifth and final look was a curly, edgy long bob with fringe. Inspired by Celine and Saint Laurent runway shows, the look showcased an overgrown fringe with the corners longer. Clips were used to keep her hair flat on the sides but still retain lots of movement. Think – the flirty but untraditionally sexy girl.
Following the presentation, media were able to get up close and personal with Davroe founder Mary Centofanti, who was also in attendance for the showcase. The models then showcased their on-trend, seriously sexy looks on the media wall.
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