The Marc by Marc Jacobs collection amped up the sex appeal with big hair and the silhouette of a 1940s screen siren thanks to Redken Creative Consultant Guido Palau.
Taking a step back from his usual low key aesthetic, Marc Jacobs embraced cinched in waists and feminine curves on the runway with Redken Global Styling Director Guido creating a big, beautiful head of curls for the Fall Winter 2013 Marc by Marc Jacobs show.
The stylised curls invoked an old Hollywood glamour, while the teased crown gave volume and a cheeky nod to Marc’s playful style. The imperfection of the curls gave a modern twist to a vintage look, perfectly holding their own next to the bold prints and gem-tones of the collection.
“The inspiration for this look was 1940-era woman – an uptown girl – but then we made it more fun, and thus more Marc by Marc. We didn’t want it to feel symmetrical or too perfect, so the back-brushing gives a teased effect; a little crazy,” Guido said.
Guido’s backstage hero products: guts 10 volume spray mousse and fashion work 12 versatile working spray.
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