Yesterday I was invited to attend a fashion show by Toni&Guy. We loaned some jewellery for the show so I was very excited to see how it will be styled.
First things first. What surprised me most (although I bet it will probably make sense to others) the show was dedicated to present the new hairstyles collection. I’ve got to admit that such thought never crossed my mind. Sure I’d notice the popular styles in the magazines, on the blogs, on the streets, but I never thought these might be put together as a collection… Well now I know!
I won’t be able to describe the styles as am lacking the knowledge and understanding, instead I’ll show some pictures of the styles that caught my attention and of course our jewellery:)
First it was a model with handmade origami attached to her hair.
The next model’s hair do was closer to “usual” and something that is much easier achievable. This model was also wearing one of our pieces – Elena necklace. I really love the entire look, the dress is absolutely gorgeous.
Once the ladies left, it was time for male models.
In the picture below the two guys standing a bit further were wearing pretty cool suits. You can’t see them from this picture well, but the fabric looked absolutely fantastic.
The blond guy standing closer is wearing our Never Apart Ring with two skulls.
Once the boys left few more girls came out sporting more casual hair styles. The two girls in the middle are wearing our jewellery:) The model with the patterned dress is wearing our Golden Dreams Bangle and the model with brown long hair and black suit is wearing our New York necklace.
And to finish off the show – two more models with some rather unusual hair styles that I can’t imagine sporting somewhere on the tube…
The show finished with the creative art director explaining the hair styles, so all in all a great evening:)
I would like to say big thank you to the stylist Natalie Wo from Fashionblags who chose our pieces to style the models for the show. And here is a little video of Natalie receiving the very well deserved flowers from the creative director of Toni&Guy Sinead.
I hope you enjoyed my little catwalk report.