Window Dressing from Jon Paul Holt

Jan Hillenmeyer | August 29, 2012 | 7:55 AM
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Jon Paul Holt, owner of Avant Garde Hair Studio in Vancouver, British Columbia, created his latest collection after being inspired by the mannequins he saw in the trendy shops of London’s’ Oxford Street.
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Holt and the Avant Garde Artistic Team’s glamorous and contemporary styles showcase the magic that happens when hair and fashion come together.
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Avant Garde Studio is an Oribe salon and Holt and his team used Oribe’s SuperShine Gel Serum, Soft Lacquer, Superfine Strong, Après Beach, Rough Luxury and Dry Texturizing Spray to create these looks.
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Photography: Phil Hersee.
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Make-up: Jenifer Little.
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