The New York Collection

Elizabeth Jakaitis | April 1, 2016 | 12:53 PM
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Right on the heels of New York Fashion Week, Moroccanoil releases its 2016 collection designed to pay tribute to the city that never sleeps.


Twice each year, thousands embark upon New York City to see designers’ newest collections—forecasting trends in fashion and beauty for the coming seasons—and to be a part of the thriving, energetic fashion industry.


Moroccanoil’s 2016 New York Collection is designed to capture that energy and the pulse of the city streets, the warm glow of the lights on Broadway, and the heartbeat of Manhattan as you are transported to the heart of international fashion: New York, New York.


Inspired by the iconic New York fashion personas that have defined past and present hair fashion and continue to set the precedent for future trends, the Moroccanoil 2016 New York Collection is a monument to their beauty.


This collection, the brainchild of a collaboration among Moroccanoil artists Kevin Hughes, Violet Sainsbury and Amy Stollmeyer, is designed to inspire stylists to achieve and transcend a new level of craftsmanship, allowing them to interpret subtle detail and create unique beauty deserving of a walk down the runway.


Hair: Kevin Hughes, Violet Sainsbury and Amy Stollmeyer for Moroccanoil

Photography: Anthony Friend

Makeup: Lynda Esparza

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