Gandini Team’s Allure Chic Collection

Jan Hillenmeyer | August 29, 2013 | 1:56 PM
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Gandini Team, the Italian-based European hair styling and creative powerhouse, has completed its Autumn/Winter 2013-2014 collection, Allure Chic.
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The collection has a decidedly French feel with soft and sinuous curls, intricate braids and a palette of blond and chocolate brown with playful violet undertones.
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The Gandini collections reflect the team’s belief that women love fashion, want the latest trends, but are often reluctant to make dramatic changes.
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With this in mind, the team also believes that it is the job of the professional to consult with clients and demonstrate how high fashion looks can be tailored to comfortable, wearable styles.
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Gandini releases a collection every six months, based on international trends, to provide Gandini Club members around the world with the latest looks to share with clients. Gandini has locations in Europe, Canada and Asia.
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Photogrphy: Paulo Renftle. Make-up: Giuseppe Dicecca. Fashion Styling: Cristina Isac
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