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Behind Every Great Frock, Is Great Hair!


Behind Every Great Frock, There Has To Be Great Hair

Over 85 of New Zealand's top stylists selected from L'Oréal Professionnel salons will be getting behind the L'Oréal New Zealand Fashion Week designers - matching the individual creative flair of the clothes with equally dynamic dos. (See attached list).

It will be a demanding week for the L'Oréal Professionnel official stylists, who will be styling the tresses of over 200 models back to back and creating a diverse look for each.

The latest trend to be showcased will be undressed hair - unfussy and noncommittal and a definite shift from the manipulated straightness of the current popular styles. Expect to see curl and movement, the ubiquitous fringe and a surprisingly innovative take on frizz.

L'Oréal Professionnel Products Division, General Manager, Gary Marshall said, "We have the best hairdressing talents devoting time away from their salons' to make this years L'Oréal New Zealand Fashion Week an outstanding success. The work they will present on the day will be the culmination of a much appreciated commitment to the New Zealand hairdressing industry."

L'oréal New Zealand Fashion Week Who's Doing Whose Hair?

The L'Oréal Professionnel affiliated salons assigned to work with each designer for L'Oréal New Zealand Fashion Week 2002, October 21 to 25 are listed below, in alphabetical order.

Bettjemans will be working with:
Gaye Bartlett, Gaye Bartlett and Deanne Young - AUCKLAND
Mild Red, Donna Tulloch - DUNEDIN

Brent Lawler and The Cut Above Team will be working with:
World, Francis Hooper and Denise L'Estrange Corbet – AUCKLAND Edward Memarne Hair Salon will be working with:
Gaye Bartlett, Gaye Bartlett and Deanne Young - AUCKLAND
Mild Red, Donna Tulloch - DUNEDIN HAIRKRAFT will be working with:
Denimlab, Kirsten Leighs - WELLINGTON
Catalyst, Laurinda Sutcliffe - AUCKLAND
Luna, Sheryll Stuart - AUCKLAND
Caroline Moore, Caroline Moore - CHRISTCHURCH
VAMP, Susie Walker - AUCKLAND

Hairline Hair Designers will be working with:
Leslie Herbert & Ritual, Tanya Svedson of TS Design, AUCKLAND
Untouched World, Peri Drysdale, CHRISTCHURCH

The Hair Saloon will be working with:
Denimlab, Kirsten Leighs - WELLINGTON
Catalyst, Laurinda Sutcliffe - AUCKLAND
Luna, Sheryll Stuart - AUCKLAND
Caroline Moore, Caroline Moore - CHRISTCHURCH
VAMP, Susie Walker - AUCKLAND Hairworld will be working with:
Doosh, Leica Fradley and Steven Ingram - AUCKLAND
Jonathon Hall, Jonathon Hall - CHRISTCHURCH
Federation, Jenny and Nick Clegg - AUCKLAND
Tatton, Annie Tatton - NELSON
Fur with Ethics, Bridget Saunders, AUCKLAND
Paula Ryan, Paula Ryan - AUCKLAND
Verge, Ian Webster, AUCKLAND
Frock by Annah.S., Annabel Stretton - MORRINSVILLE
Obi, Laurinda Sutcliffe and Robyn Hall - AUCKLAND
Roisin Dubh, Roisin Kearney - AUCKLAND

Hype Hair Design will be working with:
Leslie Herbert & Ritual, Tanya Svedson of TS Design, AUCKLAND
Untouched World, Peri Drysdale, CHRISTCHURCH

John Waring will be working with:
Trelise Cooper, Trelise Cooper - AUCKLAND

Kokomo Haircutters will be working with:
Paula Ryan, Paula Ryan - AUCKLAND
Frock by Annah.S., Annabel Stretton - MORRINSVILLE
Obi, Laurinda Sutcliffe and Robyn Hall - AUCKLAND
Roisin Dubh, Roisin Kearney - AUCKLAND
Laurie Foon, Laurie Foon and Carleen Schollum - WELLINGTON

Kraniums will be working with:
Paula Ryan, Paula Ryan - AUCKLAND
Frock by Annah.S., Annabel Stretton - MORRINSVILLE
Obi, Laurinda Sutcliffe and Robyn Hall - AUCKLAND
Roisin Dubh, Roisin Kearney - AUCKLAND

LJL Paris Hasir Designers will be working with:
Gaye Bartlett, Gaye Bartlett and Deanne Young - AUCKLAND
Mild Red, Donna Tulloch - DUNEDIN

Olette will be working with:
Denimlab, Kirsten Leighs - WELLINGTON
Catalyst, Laurinda Sutcliffe - AUCKLAND
Luna, Sheryll Stuart - AUCKLAND
Caroline Moore, Caroline Moore - CHRISTCHURCH
VAMP, Susie Walker - AUCKLAND
Leslie Herbert & Ritual, Tanya Svedson of TS Design, AUCKLAND
Untouched World, Peri Drysdale, CHRISTCHURCH

Protégé Hair Design will be working with:
Leslie Herbert & Ritual, Tanya Svedson of TS Design, AUCKLAND
Untouched World, Peri Drysdale, CHRISTCHURCH

Rodney Wayne will be working with:
Dot Com, Richard Moore - DUNEDIN
NG, Sharon Ng - CHRISTCHURCH
Akimbo, Shelley Tiplady - DUNEDIN
Billy Zamoisky, Billy Zamoisky - WELLINGTON
Christina Perriam, Christina Perriam - DUNEDIN
Hailwood, Adrian Hailwood - AUCKLAND
Ivy, Cat Callanan - DUNEDIN
Lois Phin (ex Galactic), Lois Phin - WELLINGTON
Tango, Malaka Grove, CHRISTCHURCH
Stranger, Helena Paul - AUCKLAND
Strong, Rachel Strong - AUCKLAND
Toni Darling, Toni Darling - DUNEDIN

Ryder Hair Salon is working with:
Kate Sylvester, Kate Sylvester - AUCKLAND
State of Grace, Caroline Church and Sherilyn Catchpole - AUCKLAND
Nicholas Blanchett, Nicholas Blanchett, AUCKLAND Servilles will be working with:
Carlson, Tanya Carlson - DUNEDIN
DNA, Doris de Pont and Adrienne Foote - AUCKLAND
Gubb & Mackie, Wayne Sorensen - AUCKLAND
Holic, Sarah Hewlett - WHANGAREI
IPG/IPB, Turet Knuefermann - AUCKLAND
Robin Jones Clothing, Claire Kingan-Jones - AUCKLAND
Sabatini - WHITE, Jo Chambers - AUCKLAND
Saga/Soulo, Angela Hood - AUCKLAND

Sirocco Hair & Skincare Centre will be working with:
Denimlab, Kirsten Leighs - WELLINGTON
Catalyst, Laurinda Sutcliffe - AUCKLAND
Luna, Sheryll Stuart - AUCKLAND
Caroline Moore, Caroline Moore - CHRISTCHURCH
VAMP, Susie Walker - AUCKLAND

Cut Above will be working with a variety of designers on Fashion Friday and the Gala Dinner on Thursday. Winters will be styling for the Montana Deutz Fashion Design Ambassador event and for the Gala Dinner.

For a full list of designers (and a brief profile), please visit the L'Oréal New Zealand Fashion Week website at http://www.nzfashionweek.com


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