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September 27, 2004

Fashion Week… Phyto Style

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Fashion Week… Phyto Style

In the midst of New York Fashion week, PHYTO collaborated with Julien Farel and his team at the Julien Farel Salon to create looks for couture designer Lloyd Klein for his Spring 2005 collection.  

 

Lloyd Klein has had a love affair with fashion for years.  Without any formal training, Klein began a study of designers such as Yves S. Laurent and Halston and in 1994 he debuted his own collection in Paris.  The following season he became the head designer for the exclusive Maison Grès.  As a tribute, the designer’s inspiration for Spring 2005 came from no other than the mistress of classical draping and pleating herself, Madame Grès. 

 

Farel translated that aesthetic into sleek ponytails that followed the shape of the head.  To create the looks, he first added a  dollop of Phytodefrisant and proceeded to blowout each girl’s hair.   He then parted the hair, pulled it into ponytails and added extensions where needed.  He finished off the looks by using either Phyto Pro Instant Hold Spray # 15, Phyto Pro Strong Finishing Spray as well as Phytolaque, Phytolaque Soie for hold and Phytolisse for shine.

 

For those models with textured and short hair, Julien used PhytoSpecifc Moisturizing Styling Balm to tame their sexy manes. Men also made an appearance at the show complete with slick ponytails and black togas as they lounged as Greek Gods in the middle of the runway. To create the men’s looks, Farel applied Phyto Pro Ultra Gloss Wax along with Phyto Pro Wet Gel.

 

After all the hustle and bustle backstage, the models were ready to strut their stuff on the runway. Katie Couric, Vivica A. Fox, Carol Alt, and Ivana Trump were just some of the many celebs who stopped by to enjoy the show.

 

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