DIVE INTO A WORLD OF EXQUISITE COLOR WITH THE NEW SPRING/SUMMER COLOR COLLECTION FROM L’ORÉAL PROFESSIONNEL CREATED BY CREATIVE MASTER ODILE GILBERT AND INSPIRED BY THE DYNAMIC MEETING OF HAUTE COUTURE AND HAIRSTYLING.
“Our shades are inspired by the spring/summer fashion trends. Our techniques are all about the artisan – creative customization.”
“It was important for the blonde to be very rich in texture and color. The flower was chosen as something that really talks to people all around the world, and consists of the different shades of blonde used on the model’s hair.”
To recreate this rich, graduated blonde look for yourself, show it to your hairdresser who can find the perfect match for your hair.
“The dark base feels very modern and very haute couture, through the use of feathers in the same color accents as the hair.”
To recreate the dark base of this hairstyle, show the look to your hairdresser who can advise on the perfect match for your hair type.
“For the medium base we created an abstract woven hat. So this look is also sexy, but a bit more native – more rough.”
To recreate the warm, mid-brown hue of this hairstyle, show the look to your hairdresser who’ll be able to find the perfect color for you.
Love a look ? Then book an appointment at your nearest L’Oréal Professionnel salon.
One of the most sought after hairstylists in the world, Odile is the first choice for some of greatest names in fashion. Whether concepting and creating for the haute couture designs of Chanel, Christian Lacroix or Gaultier Paris, or styling the ready-to-wear shows of Rodarte, J.Mendel and Hermes, she is a catwalk master.
Starting her career as an assistant to the acclaimed Bruno Pittini in Paris in 1975, Odile moved to New York in 1982, working with top photographers such as Richard Avedon, Helmut Newton and Irving Penn to name just a few. In 2000 Odile opened her agency/workshop L’Atelier 68 in Paris, and five years later masterminded the acclaimed hairstyles for Sofia Coppola’s film Marie-Antoinette. 2006 saw Odile reach the incredible achievement as the only hairdresser ever to be awarded the medallion of Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres by the French Minister of Culture and Communications.