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'70s Luxe by Craig Chapman

Jan Hillenmeyer | June 1, 2012 | 11:37 AM
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Craig Chapman and the team at his eponymous salon in England’s Cornwall region specialize in taking runway and red carpet looks and translating them into user friendly styles for the Craig Chapman Hair Design client.
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In his latest collection, '70s Luxe, Chapman creates a variety of looks. The 1970s was a famous or infamous decade for fashion trends that are either loved or reviled today.
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Chapman has taken the best of the 1970s and come up with a collection that features his signature techniques of melding color, cut and styling.
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The fashions and accessories go from hippie chic to elegant glam to update the style of this transitional decade.
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Photography: Barry Jeffrey.
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Make-up: Janine Bird.
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Fashion styling: Kate Jeffrey.
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Craig Chapman and the team at his eponymous salon in England’s Cornwall region specialize in taking runway and red carpet looks and translating them into user friendly styles for the Craig Chapman Hair Design client.

In his latest collection, '70s Luxe, Chapman creates a variety of looks. The '70s was a famous or infamous decade for fashion trends that are either loved or reviled today.

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