Designer Haryono Setiadi was in Vogue’s top 10 of MBFWA13 and definitely did not disappoint this MBFWA14. Inspired by the Australian Coastal Landscape, and a European architectural movement, Haryono created garments with both structure and fluidity which was complimented in the hair. Drawing from the collection colour palette, Prema Specialist Stylist Kate McQuitty used Alan White Anthology premium hair extensions, to pre colour the wefts a soft melon colour.
18” soft blonde wefts were then used through the front of every girl for colour and length,
with the melon colour wefts peering down the back of the head and securing into a low
pony tail for added structure and colour.
The mix of architectural structure and soft movement, perfectly reflected the garments
where Haryono has drawn inspiration from a modernist European architectural movement.