The sartorial interpretation of a dip in the thermal baths of the Swiss Alps gave way to a FW16 collection by Garcialevez reflective of the designer’s background in architecture.
In addition to monochromatic graphic tees, showcased in the collection were a two-toned lapel topcoat and asymmetrical, leather-trimmed wool poncho.
Lead hairstylist Christian Ceja-Compin carried the show’s architecturally-driven theme into the looks he created for models, which included textured, piecey strands. Find out how to recreate the style, below.
GET THE LOOK:
- Prep hair with Oribe Foundation Mist.
- Spray Oribe Maximista Thickening Spray to open up the part at the hairline and create soft texture and separation.
- Follow with Oribe AirStyle Flexible Finish Cream (launching April 2016) to create a chunky, piecey texture.
- Finish with either Oribe Impermeable Anti-Humidity Spray or Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray to add lift in certain sections.
Images: Rachelle Hacmac of Oribe Hair Care