I thought I'd seen my fair share of avant-garde sky-high hair, but 'De Javu' by Laura Vanagaityte kicks things up a few notches. The model has a hairstyle that reminds me of Little Bo Peep's bonnet, only it's made of hair! Do not try this bonnet-style bouffant unless you're a professional.
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Implications - Money-conscious consumers embraced affordable products at thrift stores during the recession, causing a resurgence of retro styles. Consumers appreciate these vintage looks for their antiquity and rare design. Companies should adopt some of these elements into their product lines to appeal to fashionable demographics.
'De Javu' by Laura Vanagaityte Features Gravity-Defying Hair
1. Gravity-defying Hair - Opportunity for hair care companies to innovate with new products and techniques to create dramatic, avant-garde styles.
2. Avant-garde Fashion - Opportunity for fashion companies and designers to experiment with bold, unconventional styles inspired by retro and vintage looks.
3. Resurgence of Retro Styles - Opportunity for companies in various industries to incorporate vintage and retro elements into their product lines to appeal to fashion-conscious consumers.
1. Hair Care - The hair care industry can benefit from the trend of gravity-defying hairstyles by creating new products and tools to help consumers achieve these dramatic looks.
2. Fashion - The fashion industry can benefit from the trend of avant-garde styles by experimenting with bold, unconventional designs and incorporating vintage elements into their collections.
3. Retail - Retailers can benefit from the resurgence of retro styles by incorporating vintage and retro elements into their product offerings to attract a fashion-conscious consumer base.