This one’s for the boys: Stella McCartney has unveiled her debut menswear collection AND it’s already available to pre-order online. Guests â€“ including Kate Moss, artist Damien Hirst, Salma Hayek, and Orlando Bloom â€“ were invited to the Thursday night presentation, which was held at Abbey Road Studios. â€śThere was so much inspiration behind the collection. I of course looked to the men in my life, my husband, my father, my friends. I also thought of great men of the world, people who have had an impact, like artists and musicians,â€ť the McCartney told Vogue UK.
As part of the presentation models dressed in the collection were photographed making their way across the famous Abbey Road â€“ paying homage to The Beatles’ famous album cover and McCartney’sÂ father, Paul.
Nothing has the power to pep up your self-confidence quite like stepping out of the salon with shiny, healthy tresses, a radiant new colour and a haircut. â€śEverybody knows how great a good haircut feels,â€ť agrees Richard Kavanagh, creative director for Rodney Wayne and New Zealandâ€™s most successful hairdressing export. â€śBut sometimes as your cut grows out and colour fades, you just put up with it. You end up in a space where you feel a little flat and youâ€™re not sure why. And then you get a great cut and a great colour and it really lifts your whole game. The feeling you get from looking your best, itâ€™s almost invaluable.â€ť
This summer Rodney Wayne has Kiwi women and men a challenge: get your game on. “As a nation, we’re super casual. But there are a disproportionate number of Kiwis excelling at the top of their game in every industry around the world,” explains. Together with Rodney Wayne, Kavanagh wants Kiwis to step up, look the part and embrace how great a good haircut makes us feel.
Here are Kavanagh’s hot tips for stepping out of the salon with the cut of your dreams.
Establish trust with your stylist
â€śThe single piece of best advice is to show your hairdresser what you do want and show them what you donâ€™t want,â€ť Kavanagh says. â€śBut be prepared. You know yourself when you look at any imagery, your eyes will be drawn to something different than the next personâ€™s eyes.â€ť Kavanagh emphasises that itâ€™s incredibly important to start a dialogue with your hairdresser about what youâ€™re seeing in the picture.
Know what works
â€śBe aware of what works for you but be open to change within that spectrum of what works for you,â€ť Kavanagh says explaining that you donâ€™t need a dramatic change to keep your look fresh. â€śYou donâ€™t always need to do something completely different. Think small changes, seasonal changes.â€ť
Learn from your hairdresser
Hairdressers are a wealth of knowledge and often under-utilised when it comes to styling your tresses says Kavanagh. â€śAdd an extra 15 minutes to your appointment and ask your hairdresser to recommend different ways you can style your hair. That might mean you need to invest in some new products or a new styling tool but get them to teach you how to do it.â€ť
Take a look at the campaignÂ below, and discover the power of a great haircut.