Bazaar in Bloom 2019 was back in session, and Goldwell was backstage in the name of couture creation. The high-brow event, held at The Art Gallery of NSW, supports the Royal Hospital for Women’s Foundation, which this year will directly deliver funds straight to the NSW Women’s Breast Centre at The Royal to assist with funding their own mammogram machine. This important cause fuses philanthropy with awe-inspiring hair and fashion.

Bazaar in Bloom takes the Spring season and makes it truly blossom, showcasing gowns of Australia’s best designers such as Camilla, Ginger and Smart, Dion Lee, Romance was Born, Carla Zampatti and a show-stopping finale dress by Pallas Couture. The show was set against the backdrop at the gallery that included a commissioned piece by Sydney artist Vicki Lee.

Goldwell, as led by Hair Director Daren Borthwick with lead stylists Ida Tirimacco and Joe Cimminio, co-owners of Adelaide’s award-winning Orbe Salons, created two looks to suit a strong yet feminine aesthetic.

“This year’s gowns are feminine but with a statement edge like ruffles, beading and feathers. We created two looks a soft feminine hair out look and an art inspired tucked pony finished with freehand painting around the hairline,” said Hair Director Daren Borthwick. “I love working with Goldwell products backstage especially this year’s new innovations SURF OIL Salty Oil Spray and DRY BOOST Dry Texture Spray, both are buildable and we’ve layered them together without leaving the hair hard or crunchy. DRY BOOST is my new go-to for instant texture plus grip so styles last.”

“Bazaar in Bloom celebrates spring and fertility and femininity in all of its forms,” added Harper’s Bazaar Editor Eugenie Kelly. “This year the gowns and hair are inspired by art. We are thrilled to partner with Goldwell for the 4th year running.”

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