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March, 2018

Well I’ve been back a couple of weeks now and have time to reflect on what a fabulous time I had at London Fashion Week 2018.

From 80s/90s inspired looks to undone natural locks walked the catwalks for autumn/winter.
My first show was with Jon Reyman alongside is his American team for Martajakubowski .
Think 90s Cindy Crawford, blue jeans white t-shirt, big bouncy hair.

To create this look we used Aveda volumizing tonic and phomollient dried into the hair to give lots of volume.
This was then curled using a big barrelled tong and set with Control Force hairspray then brushed out to create big waves.
Loved this look and the clothes were amazing - powerful dressing yet feminine.


The models flicked their big hair down the runway toWhitney Huston’s ‘I’m every woman’
A true flash back to the the modelling greats , Cindy, Naomi and Linda.
This show was fun and a great way to kick off this busy and inpsiring week.

My second show was with Jon Reyman and his team from across the pond again for designer Osman.
This was a presentation rather than a runway show.
The room was decked out like a styled apartment with velvet, bamboo , open staircase & bathroom to set the scene for a house party.
The models danced away with a DJ playing music and the champagne flowed !

My third job was with my fabulous and inspirational mentor Bea Weston for designer Sabinna.
This was also a presentation for her autumn/winter collection.
I felt very privileged to work on this with my mentor.
Together we styled the three models for this presentation.
This gave me the chance to learn more tricks of the trade!
I love love love the new Aveda pure-fumes, we used them to smooth & control the hair to give a very natural unstyled look.
The hair needed to look effortless, of course effortless isn’t quite so effortlessly done!

My final show for London fashion week was with Bea Weston for designer Delpozo.
This show for Madrid couture designer was the most high pressured , the designer had a hairdressers eye and attention to detail.
The look was again effortless natural with very little use of products.
We created smooth off centre partings using the Aveda pure-fumes and a little Air Control hairspray .
Ponytails were placed behind the ear to eliminate volume and sculpt the natural shape of the head.
We then used a tong to encourage movement in the ends of the hair in a non hairdressed way.
The look was both elegant and beautiful. I loved this collection.

Delpozo was a former architect and I think it shows in this collection.
Leather belts that had the appearance of flowers in full bloom, inspired by unpublished National Geographic imagery from the 1930s of lily and lotus petals and inspiration from French artist Inès Longevial 

I was also lucky enough to spot one of the models I worked on in a feature on London fashion week in Hello magazine.
Which will be left open on my coffee table haha.


 I love working at fashion week and feel grateful to work for Sloanes and partner with Aveda to allow me to further myself all of the time.

With the help of Sloanes Bespke Hair and Aveda I’ve had the time of my life and I’ve come back with fresh ideas and inspiration - for that I’m truly grateful x