By Women's Wear Daily

Inspired by the nomadic lifestyle of North Africa’s Berber tribes, Harare designer Caroline Fuss decorated recycled denimtunic dresses and textured cotton separates with multicolored graphic embroideries, handmade by local artisans in Guatemala. Injecting a subtle touch of glamour in the lineup, she embellished woven miniskirts, tops and gowns with fringe and metallic threads, offering a cool, young take on eveningwear.

Key Hair: Adam Livermore for Oribe Care Hair, Oribe Hare Care Team, Nathan Nguyen | Umbrella Salon

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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)