As a strategy to lengthen the floral designs woven into clothes, Barcelona-based stylist Alexis Ferrer has developed a printing technique that adorns blunt bobs and Marcel waves with wealthy, colourful patterns impressed by the “greatest materials for the French bourgeoisie in the course of the XVIII century.” The ensuing sequence is titled La Favorite—it was photographed by Rafael Andreu and options fashions Emma Fuhrmann, Camila Ferreyro, and Patrizia Lombardo—and merges Baroque-style motifs with fashionable know-how, marking blonde extensions with peonies, butterflies, and birds by way of a digital course of that’s taken years to develop.
This present iteration is an growth of a 2012 challenge that utilized black-and-white pictures from The Shining and Pyscho, though the strategies have developed with higher-definition printing and digitally generated inks in full shade. “I have to admit that the primary impressions on the hair had been a problem. It took two months to get good outcomes with excessive definition… Mixing know-how with our data of crafts has allowed us to recreate these fantastic patterns on the hair,” Ferrer says in an interview with INFRINGE.
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