LaunchPad - February 2012 - (Page 28)

IN OUCH Alyson Osterman-Kerr • News Editor T ”For our midlength look on Marguex, I modernized the rawness of a moppy bowl cut into something a woman can feel beautiful in,” says TIGI international creative director Zak Mascolo. Let Freedom Ring! In the Freedom collection, dreamt up by international creative director Zak Mascolo and the artistic team of TIGI, bold ‘dos accompanied by sharp edges meld with vivid hues to evoke a highly stylized street edge. “I pull inspiration from my environment,” explains Mascolo. “I was between moves from New York to Los Angeles while conceiving this collection, and I was inspired to combine the edgy raw feeling of downtown New York with the softer vibe of Los Angeles. Freedom is about femininity, and expressing yourself through fashion and having fun with your overall look.” ”All the cuts and colors in the Freedom collection are very versatile,” notes Mascolo. “It’s important that each cut can be worn multiple ways; that’s what a great cut is all about–options.” …Oligo Professionnel enters the Middle Eastern market at Health, Beauty and Fitness fair in Beirut, Lebanon… 28 2.12

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of LaunchPad - February 2012

LaunchPad - February 2012
Editor's Notebook
In Touch
Runway Report
Star Struck
First Look
First Person
Inside Story
Brand New
Color Lab
Tool Talk
20 Questions
Salon of the Month
Beauty 911
Saving Face
Quick Tips
Only Hue
Free Launch
Dry Spell
The Devil's in the Details
Advertiser Index
Look of the Month

LaunchPad - February 2012