Backstage

  • Lead hairstylist Amy Farid used old-school frosting caps for her high-concept hair look at Luar Zepol Fall/Winter 2014
  • Backstage Luar Zepol Fall/Winter 2014
  • Backstage Luar Zepol Fall/Winter 2014
  • Final look Luar Zepol Fall/Winter 2014
  • Final looks Luar Zepol Fall/Winter 2014
  • Amy with models backstage at Luar Zepol Fall/Winter 2014
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Luar Zepol

Hair by Amy Farid for Oribe Hair Care

Hairstylist Amy Farid was influenced by Luar Zepol designer Raul Lopez's upbringing in 1980s Williamsburg, Brooklyn, for her high-concept hair look for his Fall/Winter 2014 show. "Raul was really inspired by the boys on the block who would go to the neighborhood salon to get highlights," Amy said. "The idea is that this guy was sitting in the salon getting highlights, then something happened and he had to run out real quick with his frosting cap still on." Amy and her team placed old-school frosting caps on each model's head and pulled the hair through before applying a generous amount of Original Pomade to the strands and spraying the hair with white powder to create the "frosting" effect. Some of the boys with longer hair also got tiny curls in the front, which were set with Superfine Hair Spray. Other models were decorated with hair foils to appear as if they were getting highlights. The overall look was a great fit for this urban luxury line of menswear.
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