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Watford

United Kingdom

Clipso

Watford

United Kingdom

Young Romantics (1 of 8)

The Young Romantics collection from Kim Rance for Clipso demonstrates an effortless, fresh faced and youthful appearance. The collection is heavily inspired by Carey Mulligan, the 1960’s and wonderful 60’s pop icon Twiggy. The collection uses a combination of traditional crops, bohemian waves and soft textures to create a stylised collection which is reminiscent of this era. The hair styles within this collection reflect Kim’s fashion led and on trend mind, not to mention her hairdressing expertise. The entire collection is almost like festival chic meets fashion. Kim wanted to express this young presence by really concentrating on using the hairs natural textures and trying to show it off, she also really wanted to focus on and accomplish that ‘just got out of bed’ look.

Credits: Hair by Kim Rance for Clipso Art Director: Darren Fowler Photography: Martin Evening Styling: Karen Binns Makeup: Janet Francis

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