27 Nov Davines Artistic Director Angelo Seminara Reveals Trends for Spring/Summer 2016
Davines Artistic Director Angelo Seminara Reveals Trends for Spring/Summer 2016
As the new year kicks off it’s time to start prepping for upcoming trends. Davines Artistic Director predicts the must have styles for Spring/Summer 2016.
Sibling SS16: Hair by Syd Hayes
Next season starts off with a bang! At Fashion Week S/S16, the runways were teaming with fringes, worn in a variety of ways, from baby bangs at Prada, eyelash skimming wisps at Rebecca Minkoff and blunt cuts at Vera Wang.
Keep the look edgy with a choppy shaggy finish as seen at Sibling or for a more wearable version, take inspiration from Giorgio Armani and go with a deep sweeping side fringe.
Altuzarra SS16: Hair By Guido Morrocanoil
At the S/S16 shows we saw various takes on the classic twist. A quirky alternative to the recent braid trend, Paul Smith, Lanvin, Alberta Ferretti and Altuzarra were just a handful of designers to put their stamp on this traditional style.
The beauty of this trend lies in two things: how simple it is to recreate and how wearable this look is, dressed up or down. If you are adding a twist in to freshly washed squeaky-clean hair, it’s essential to apply a good prepping product like the Your Hair Assistant BlowDry Primer, which I developed with Davines, applied before blow-drying and styling, will give the final style more body and hold.
Alexander Wang: Hair by Guido (Image: Kyle Ericksen/WWD/REX Shutterstock)
Embracing the natural curve was the message acroos the catwalks this season. Chloé shocased natural kinks while Bottega Veneta created ‘real women hair,’ full of natural movement, windswept volume and irregular waves.
To recreate this ‘day after a blow-dry’ look, and boost natural texture, spray Your Hair Assistant Definition Mist to hair, before drying, to add separation and texture. Once hair is dry, boost volume further with Your Hair Assistant Volume Creator, a styling powder that builds natural volume and stops hair from ‘dropping’.
The finished style should look full of volume, natural and artfully undone – as if created by a sea breeze.