Patterns by Duber Osorio

Jan Hillenmeyer | March 6, 2013 | 3:01 PM
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Duber Osorio’s Patterns collection is a step back in time to the 1960s when bouffant hair and lots and lots of bold stripes, geometrics and floral fabrics ruled the day.
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Osorio is a stylist at the Oribe Salon in Miami where he creates client-pleasing styles and perfects his skill as an editorial stylist.
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Patterns is his submission in the Oribe Portfolio Contest that solicits trend collections from the talented professionals in the network of Oribe salons.
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Photography: Danny Cardozo. Photography Assistant: David Greenwood
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Make-up: Edward Cruz.
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Fashion Styling: Danny Santiago. Nails: Marisol Inzerillo
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Set Design: David Arthur Fittin.
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