Petra Mēchurovā’s Androgynous Muse

Jan Hillenmeyer | September 12, 2013 | 8:26 AM
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Photography: Anna Mrázek-Kovačič
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Make-up: Kristyna Georgievská
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Fashion Styling: Mária Kohútik
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Petra Mēchurovā, with her signature salon in Prague, is one of Europe’s leading salon owners and creative forces. Her latest collection, Muse, straddles the line between men’s and women’s style with hair that morphs from glamorous blonde curls to a severe, carefully combed-back masculine style.  

The perfectly executed cuts give the styles a versatility that can look precise or disordered. It’s all in the details, according to Mēchurovā. The three different takes on waves and texture, combined with tailored menswear, demand a second look.

To see the styles change before your eyes, watch the behind-the-scenes video.

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