The August 2011 issue of Vogue UK includes a quirky editorial entitled 'You've Got the Look.' The spreads feature the one and only Pixie Geldof flaunting a bold tangerine-tinted poof hairstyle above cropped shoulder-length locks.
With a little more punk than the magazine usually prints, this series of six photographs by Alasdair McLellan sure pops from the glossy pages. The girl is styled by Kate Phelan, not simply with her tresses as the piece de resisence, but smoldering dark eyes, rousing red lipstick and a white feathered dress complete a bizarre, yet bewitching, look.
To amp up the edge, Pixie is paired with male model George Barnett and the two lie side-by-side smooching on the grass. 'You've Got the Look' captures the irresistibility of such a striking individualism, communicated through the hair, makeup and clothing of the sassy subject.
'You've Got the Look' Features Red Hair and Romance
1. Bold Hair Colors - The editorial featuring a bold tangerine-tinted poof hairstyle highlights the trend of bold and unconventional hair colors.
2. Individualistic Styling - The unique and unconventional styling in the editorial showcases the trend of individualism and personal expression in fashion.
3. Mixing High Fashion with Punk - The combination of high fashion elements with a punk aesthetic in the editorial represents the trend of blending different fashion styles for a unique and edgy look.
1. Hair Color Products - As bold hair colors become more popular, there is an opportunity for companies in the hair color products industry to develop innovative and vibrant hair dye options.
2. Fashion Styling and Consulting - The individualistic styling showcased in the editorial creates an opportunity for fashion styling and consulting services to cater to clients who seek unique and personalized fashion looks.
3. Alternative Fashion Brands - The mix of high fashion and punk elements in the editorial opens up opportunities for alternative fashion brands to offer edgy and unconventional fashion options to consumers.