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Russell Eaton style the Harvey Nichols A/W show

The exclusive Autumn/ winter fashion show at Harvey Nichols Leeds featured key looks for the new season, the glamorous show took place in the iconic Victoria Quarter. Season upon season, the Harvey Nichols Leeds runway show is one of the most highly anticipated fashion events in the region attended by some of Yorkshire’s elite including the fashion press and the North’s most stylish.

Held in a packed Victoria Quarter we were treated to the latest autumn/ winter fashion trends, make up by MAC and hair by members of our very own creative team members from Russell Eaton Leeds and Barnsley. With brands such as Alexander McQueen, Christian Louboutin and Mary Katrantzou taking to the catwalk, this year’s event also showcased some of Harvey Nichols’ ‘new breed’ labels including Alice + Olivia, Marc by Marc Jacobs and J Brand. Harvey Nichols presented guests to a catwalk extravaganza keeping Leeds and Yorkshire on the map as the fashion capital of the North.

Our inspiration for our look for this seasons Harvey Nichols catwalk show comes from ORIGAMI HAIR seen at FENDI. This sleek, origami-inspired ponytail with pleats, hidden folds and clean sections is the must have look for this season, its great to see hair that is cleaner and neat after a summer of softer curls and looser hair over the summer months. Low multi-textural ponytails have been seen across the catwalk shows confirming this classic look as a key hair trend and one that is commercially wearable style as well.This trend was all about shine and condition, our team prepped each look with an Illumina gloss a new in-salon service developed by Wella Professionals created to give hair perfection and beautiful gloss, followed by a precision blow-dry by our team giving hair a glass like shine. We hope you like the looks Well done Jodie and Steph!

“We have been working on softer looks for a while now and its great to see a stronger shape for A/W, its a modern twist on a classic pony the ultimate in simply understated style." Robert Eaton 

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