Toni&Guy is excited to announce the launch of their new 2016/17 collection – Duality - which has been created with a sense of artistic freedom and individuality to deliver a fresh and open-minded outlook on how we cut and colour hair.
There’s been a huge focus towards eccentricity in fashion as well as the revolving cycle of trends seen during fashion week from iconic designers such as House of Holland and Alexander Wang, who played an integral part to our creative thought process.
“The collection sees a triptych of sectioning patterns that allows us to create a collection of looks which vary in strength, texture and shape and all with a trend-driven colour palette,” says Katy Reeve, National Creative Director of Toni&Guy.
“These sections work by allowing different techniques to be used within the same set of sectioning patterns to create a juxtaposed finish.”
Jack Morton, National Technical Director of Toni&Guy continues, “For colour, accents of colour were created with an internal softness. Boldness and partial lightener applications create editorial-inspired colours whilst colour-strobing and perimeter drifting are used to create alternative results.”
With millennials in mind, the Duality collection was born from work shopping personalising techniques with accents of colour to work alongside a new wave of models.
These ‘anti-models’ have a maverick approach and are willing to re-invent themselves to suit any show or trend which is a perfect fit for our clients at Toni&Guy.
Having been fortunate enough to travel to London to see the global launch of Duality, myself and the Broadbeach team then worked backstage recreating these key trends for our Australian launch in Sydney.
We’re super excited to be able to offer these looks and insights to Gold Coast fashionistas!