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THE FACTORY Blog Is Ready For Your Submissions

THE FACTORY Issue Three has been tearing up the INTERNET in its first month live, so the TF crew created a blog to meet the insatiable demand for FACTORY-centric content, blog.thefactorycolab.com
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In line with the THE FACTORY digital magazine, the brother URL is home to cool, creative content that while often boosting the profile of professional hairdressing and its style affiliates, also delivers insight into the painter’s, photographer’s, rock gods, pop artists and just general creative legends that get visionaries amped to merge from the masses and make their mark.

Head on over and clap your eyes on Frank Apostolopoulos’ latest hit of creative ingenuity, IMPRINT, an exploration of texture and animated beauty of which the leader says, “For me, IMPRINT is about experimental hair with a beauty perspective. It’s avant garde hair but not too avant garde… My goal is to continuously find new ways to create texture.”

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A must read is Australian beauty photographer Abbey Swinn’s story on a recent collaboration with New Zealand hair fashion house CHOP – an unlikely series of events that led to one cool as shit campaign, CHOP KIDS, an inspiration indeed.
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You’ll also find a little insight into the global hair leader’s (and THE FACTORY ISSUE THREE collaborators) Prema’s muse, Edward Scissor Hands and brand’s venture into NYC, “Edward has always spoken to me as someone who is misunderstood as he is not like most people – just like the many hairdressers and clients that we attract,” says Prema founder/director, Francesco Ruggerino.

And the best part about THE FACTORY.BLOG? Your chance to get published and share the hell out of it! You heard, our mates at THE FACTORY are calling all hair and makeup heroes to submit creative works for consideration, so get to it.

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Got something worth publishing on THE FACTORY.BLOG? Send to lauren@intermedia.com.au for consideration.

Head to blog.thefactorycolab.com

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