Butterfly Effect - Nature Inspired

Alison Alhamed | April 3, 2012 | 10:28 AM
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For the International Color Zoom Creative Team, the extraordinary beauty of nature fascinated and inspired the colors and styles displayed in the Color Zoom ’12 FasciNature Collection, interpreted here by Goldwell International Artistic Director Dimitrios Tsioumas.

In a series of webisodes at webisodes, Tsioumas demonstrates the process of how to create a winning entry interpreting the trend. In this collection, Tsioumas displays the power and impact behind storyboarding a concept and sticking to your vision.

“For inspiration behind this collection, I looked at the beauty and perfection of the surreal elements found in nature,” Tsioumas says. “I wanted to work with extravagant color combinations that were opulent, fascinating and bold. I wanted the shapes to have movement and personality. In the end, I wanted to create looks that were eccentric with feminine characteristics, and full of life.”

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