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Zentralverband des Deutschen Friseurhandwerks

The new trends in hair fashion cultivate modern elegance and modern casual looks - fascinating retro looks and celebrity lifestyle are at the center of attention.
Seen it all before? No, of course not. Nothing remains as it was. Especially not when it comes to fashion. But a look back at epochs gone by is one of the most influential sources of inspiration for the collection of hairstyles Autumn / Winter 2009 / 2010. Trend meets tradition is the motto: the new and unique develops by picking up historical connections that have evolved through modern techniques and current know-how.
The Zentralverbandes des Deutschen Friseurhandwerks fashion team was inspired especially by the 80's: heavy bangs and voluptuous textures are celebrating a grand comeback. The looks of today are more natural than their predecessors, which gives the styles are more relaxed and less molded feel.
  • hair cut with a short neck and big bangs
  • ladylike bob for short hair
  • medium length bob
  • waves and curls for long hair
  • office look for men
  • stylish look for men
  • hairstyle
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The new collection also bases on ideas going back to the 1920's and 50's, the decades of elegant style. Be it a classic short bob in the modern boudoir style for the ladies or strictly parted looks reminiscent of Cary Grant for the men - the glamour of bygone times is the must - have for the Autumn / Winter Season.
Of course the current trends are major players as well. As so often role models are emerging from the world of celebrities. Hollywood's latest hot hunk Robert Pattinson, star of the successful "Twilight" series, is the poster child for the extremely casual, slightly bold out-of-bed style.
Conclusion: The premium looks by the ZV fashion gurus fascinate with their extra dose of chic and thanks to their professional quality they bring a lot of attention and focus to the high competence in hairstyling.
Photographer: Michael Petersohn, Berlin
Copyright: Zentralverband des Deutschen Friseurhandwerks