Hairfashion without Limits
Zentralverband des Deutschen FriseurhandwerksThe new trend-collection surprises with its unconventional looks and extraordinary stylings. The secret is in the play with fashion disregarding stylistic restraints.
What makes a look so unmistakable, so unique and attention getting? It is the play of contrasts and the surprising combination of different elements of style. A break of tradition provokes attention. The new principle of fashion is one of evolution: what did not belong together so far is now connected and revels in its newness.
The esthetic goal is the unexpected. The best known example of our time providing proof for the phenomenon is pop icon Lady Gaga. She is the champion of breaking rules of fashion, which raises her to the realm of an amazing artist.
Click to enlargeThis also inspired the creative team of the Zentralverband des Deutschen Friseurhandwerks. The hairfashion of Autumn / Winter 2010/2011 shows a fashionable mix without any restraints, it professionally puts the play of well dosed contrasts into scene. The Association's makers of fashion present hairstyles with a WOW effect, the aim to stray from the conventional and common.
They combine times chic of stylish classics with the feisty beat of street fashion full of unusual details and individual styling variations. It is the tension of different lengths, narrow and compact textures, curls and straight sections together with vibrant colors that brings about such a stylish and accomplished breaking of the rules. The base consists of precise cuts, perfect colorings and stylings with finesse. Restyling is once again a big topic. The professional quality guarantees an esthetic that is unique - headstrong and very modern.
Conclusion: The new trend-collection by the Central Association of German Hairdressers convinces with unconventional views and professional perfection, that makes one look forward to a fashionable journey through the cold season.
Photographer: Michael Petersohn, Berlin
Copyright:Zentralverband des Deutschen Friseurhandwerks
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