Charlie Le Mindu is a hair stylist and wig maker who left his mark on Paris Couture Fashion Week with his Metal Queen collection.
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Hair is his fashion medium and for this collection he used human hair extensions from Hairdreams.
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His extraordinary basket weaves, braids, hats, helmets and hair sculptures were created with 30,000 black and white Hairdreams strands.
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Le Mindu is the avant-garde creative director for hair at Harrods’ Urban Retreat Spa in London and is a member of its Elite Styling Team.
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Photography: Ellen von Unwerth. Fashion Stylist: Anna Trevelyn
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Charlie Le Mindu is a hair stylist and wig maker who left his mark on Paris Couture Fashion Week with his Metal Queen collection. Hair is his fashion medium and for this collection he used human hair extensions from Hairdreams.
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