David Hart | Presented by Cadallic | Ready to Wear Fall/Winter 2014 Collection

Lead stylist Kien Hoang for Oribe Hair Care

This season menswear designer David Hart was inspired by the show The Twilight Zone and the static that appears on old television sets. The inspiration manifested in playful prints, bold color combinations and expert tailoring which have become David’s signature. Lead stylist Kien Hoang for Oribe Hair Care, who has been styling the David Hart show for three seasons, created a sleek, ‘60s-inspired look with a deep side part. "I've been working with David since the beginning, and he has a particular way he likes the boys to look. We kept the guys polished and with a '60s flair," said Kien. (Oribe.com)

Photos by: George Chinsee (WWD)

Ostwald Helgason | Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week | Fall/Winter 2014

Key Hair By Ramona Eschbach for Oribe Hair Care; Umbrella Team: Kien Hoang for Oribe Hair Care

For Otswald Helgason designers Susanne Ostwald and Ingvar Helgasovery's first runway show, they wanted the models to essentially be blank canvases for the art-inspired collection. The models walked down the runway with super simple hair parted down the middle that, depending on their outfit, was either floating behind their shoulders or put in a low ponytail. “It’s a very, very natural look,” said lead hairstylist and Oribe Educator Ramona Eschbach. “We put the hair behind their ears, but I let a few strands come forward because I always think it’s nice when the hair has a little movement in a show,” Ramona said. “Even though it’s a really natural look, we had to get the texture consistent for every girl, and that’s where the products come in.” (Oribe.com)

Runway photos by:  Yannis Vlamos | Indigitalimages.com

Harare | Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week | Fall/Winter 2014

Key Hair: Adam Livermore for Oribe Hair Care; Umbrella Team: Kien Hoang, Nathan Nguyen

For her Fall/Winter 2014 collection, Harare designer Caroline Fuss showed a playful collection of feminine silhouettes, layered knits and bold printed textiles in warm jewel tones that could be easily worn by any modern girl. The quirkiness and ease of the clothes was echoed in the hair look created by lead stylist and Oribe Educator Adam Livermore. “The look is not very done or glamorous; it’s just easy, a little bit grungy even,” Adam said. Oribe products were used to enhance the texture of each model’s hair so that it had a slight wave, with lots of flyaways around the crown. “Some of the models will have loopy ponytails like girls wear day to day, and the others remain down and loose,” explained Adam. For a final touch, Adam sprayed the crown of each model’s head with a white powder spray to mimic a design element in a few of the garments. (Oribe.com)