Design Excellence Award for Communication at iF 2018
History of shampoo written by Hairstory
The story of what we call shampoo is a story that reaches back less than a century, but the story of washing our hair is thousands of years old, or as long as we’ve had hair to wash.
Q: What are some of the benefits to this society that you can’t experience in a Westernized city? A: A true sense of freedom and community!
“If we had our own Superhero movie, it would be an eco-thriller. The villains: Shampoo companies,....”
“When I encountered New Wash, I had no choice but to team up with Michael Gordon and Mauricio Bellora to bring these revolutionary products to the world.”
Life is about how you feel, and art can make you feel they are the same thing
Nyae Nyae Village Schools are the only San schools in Southern Africa where San learners are taught in mother tongue.
"I’ve always been terrified of Alice in Wonderland so I would prefer to never live or work there and god have mercy on my soul if I ever get Alice as a client."
On a constant search for inspiration. The mind absorbs everything in our everyday visual world. each style says something about who we are and where we belong. A fashion show celebrates the culture of crafts and the spirit of an artistic collaboration.
And Does Life imitates art far more than art imitates Life? Life is art. Is not the moon a testament to that?!
In Antoine Le Grande portraits, the intrusion of elements like mirrors and smoke and the use of light and shadows dramatize the scene and create compositions that are classic and disconcerting at the same time. This monograph presents a broad selection of more than 170 portraits, shot by Le Grand over a 20-year period.
David Bruce photographic prints stand as both works of art and a sensitive culture being lost to the world. A unique combination of art and social commitment born out of a rare level of contact with the subject. In a span of over twenty five years he has created some of the most arresting portraits of indigenous Kalahari Bushmen.
Eny Whitehead has developed a strong aesthetic sensibility, which greatly influences her personal vision of style, beauty and fashion. Her modern approach to beauty translates into effortless, eclectic and flawless looks.
Exuding an eerie sensuality combined with a narrative cinematic sensibility, the ambiguous nature of the characters and scenarios remind us of David Lynch and Hopper-esque landscapes. They couldn’t have landed in the photographic landscape at a more opportune moment.
Jürgen Braun was fascinated by the simplicity and transparency of make up which is very important in our days and always a very important issue to keep the natural glow... playing with textures colors and light, also known as macro make up.
Loni Baur is an artist who understands the entire spectrum of beauty, art and fashion. Her technical eye for color, texture and details has made her individual reputation in the international industry.
Philippe is an Individualist with an eclectic approach; he never gets enough of variety and he is definitely the one playing, and not complying, with rules.
Wendy’s passion for hair – combined with her tireless quest to find formulas to boost hair recovery and health – led her to create Iles Formula. What began as an onset hair secret is now the Iles Formula a 3-step high performance hair care system.
‘Energy is contagious’, a mindful body can be sensed and appreciated by those around us.
Dear all make up artists and hairdressers who are aching for new challenges, time is tcktcktck! Eny Whitehead is back in Berlin on March 31th - April 2nd.
Grande Maison, in collaboration with Sabrina Michals, is delighted to announce the live stream event.
This one was for the all dreamers,
Poets and Romantics, those who endlessly dedicate their life to their craft. To whom perfection is not satisfaction but opportunity.
For all hairdressers and poets it's time for a rendez-vous with Wendy Iles.
“It comes and goes, but the Bob always gives models new awakenings, a new career. Look at the flaming red hair of Karen Elson, or take Amber Valenta, Linda Evangelista. When these models cut off all their hair, it was like a rebirth.” Sabrina Michals
Client: Kaviar Gauche, PFW 2018