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COLLECTION: Structured Yet Wild 'Supermodel' Hair by Frank Apostolopoulos

Lauren Salapatek | October 13, 2014 | 9:17 AM
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Frank Apostolopoulos lives and breathes hairdressing. An acute passion for precision cutting, education, fashion and photography has seen him emerge as not only one of Australia’s most revered hairdressers, but he is quickly gaining recognition on the global stage for his inspiring work; winning this year’s AIPP Best Photo Category and with both the AHFA and Hair Expo Australian Hairdresser of the Year Awards 2013.

In his most recent hair collection, Apostolopoulos wanted to create hair that was luscious, bold and that refused to be reined in and adhere to convention. “My inspiration for the Glamour Collection was pure indulgently glamorous hair full of spirit and style – very ‘supermodel’,” he says.

The Glamour collection is about structured, yet wild hair that evokes freedom and makes a statement. “There’s no shrinking violets, just an abundance of style, confidence and magnificent beautiful hair,” he says.

According to Apostolopoulos, he predicts that in spring/summer 2015 we will see a return to glamour – styles that pay homage to the era of the supermodel. “Luxury is cool and many looks will be inspired by the ‘60s where the spirit of past revelry and bold statements of style will mix with today’s eclectic and individual styles. Lavish, luxurious and magnificent hair will take on a grandness; thick, voluminous and rich in beautiful, strong colors.”

More about Frank Apostolopoulos:

As Creative Director of 13 BIBA Salons and two academies, Apostolopoulos shares his experience in order to grow, promote and nurture the talent of tomorrow. His expert approach and passion for his craft is evident in his long list of accolades and his passion for education and training has seen him travel extensively around Australia and internationally in his role as Wella SP Ambassador and GHD Educator.

Inducted into the leading salon culture at the age of 15 by BIBA owner/founder Pavlos Divitaris, Apostolopoulos has grown to be an integral force and role model for BIBA – an army of salons distinguishable by a niche and somewhat bold take on hairdressing. Frank’s passion for making a difference to others lives has seen the team at BIBA create and host hairdressing industry events for the Leukemia Foundation, Fight Cancer Council, Variety the children’s charity, Royal Children’s Hospital and the Ovarian Cancer Foundation.

Frank is also and an Ambassador for Eating Disorders Victoria, helping spread the message of positive body image and health in the fashion and media industries.

“Whatever we can do to help, we’re there; raising funds by doing what we do best; creating beautiful hair. Life is short and if we can make a small difference even to one person’s life then to me that’s really important,” he says.

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