When you attend one of Peter Som’s fashion shows, you’re always guaranteed at least one sure thing– there will be COLOR. From the clothes, to the hair and makeup. Peter’s shows present a rainbow of hues to dazzle the eye.
Peter’s spring concept was “women on the verge”, about a slightly unraveled woman who walks the line between uptown and downtown, and is “a bit undone, but still chic”.
Peter Som’s Spring 2012 show was exploding with bursts of colorful– both on the runway and backstage.
WELLA Professionals creative director Eugene Souleiman created a “rich girl gone bad”, Courtney Love meets the 1960’s influenced hair style that wasn’t “too ladylike”, to contrast with the ultra-feminine floral looks of the collection.
Peter Som’s S/S ’12 inspiration board
Extensions, waiting to be applied!
To get the look: Wella Professionals Perfect Styling Blow Dry Lotion and Velvet Amplifier were applied to damp hair, then blown dry. Hair was parted at the side, then curled, and misted with Wella Professionals Pro Ocean Spray. Next, Souleiman ran his fingers through hair, to tousel and break up curls.
To finish the look, Wella Professionals color ambassador Aura Friedman added platinum extensions colored with pale rose-gold hues (shadowed at the root to help disguise the extensions) to add a 3-D look and focal point to hair. Extensions were secured with bobby pins to the side of the part, where a veil of hair was brushed over top to allow the color to peek through.
MAC’s Tom Pecheux used a combination of MAC Fig. 1 Eye Shadow with MAC Pro Indian Ink Small Eye Shadow Pro Palette blended above the crease for a retro inspired look. To finish the face, MAC Innocence, Beware! Lipstick was rubbed onto lips for a subtle stained effect.
ZOYA lead nail tech Sunshine Outing used ZOYA’s Erin to create a light “micro-glazed” effect.
See the full photo set here.
All Photos and Content ®2011-2012 Rachel Scroggins/The Greyest Ghost
Recently, I’ve been having way too much fun going through my fashion week photo archives. Every once in a while, I’ll see a photo that totally catches me off guard in its beauty. This photo is mind blowing in a completely different way:
Taylor Momsen, on her way to Peter Som S/S ’08.
Every time I see it, I just think “WHAAAT?!?!”. It was taken in Sept. ’07, the day after I worked on a Gossip Girl cover shoot. Taylor remembered me. And was sweet enough to stop and say hello despite running late.
Little did I know when I shot this how different things would be 3 years later.
Internship postings have become one of my blog’s most popular topics! Here’s a new round of fashion, PR, and editorial internships (and one job) just waiting for all you college students to apply. Most are looking to hire immediately, but please read carefully as some are already looking for summer interns!
Interview Magazine Fashion Assistant
New York, NY
Interview Magazine has an immediate opening for a Fashion Assistant to support the Fashion Department in:
➢ Organizing the fashion closet
➢ Managing of both men’s and women’s clothing returns
➢ Overseeing of interns;
➢ Assisting with PDF files for market images, market work (appointments, picture uploading and making binders for department), and market research for shoots
Ideal candidates must have a 4-year college degree as well as a minimum of intern experience working in public relations, magazines, or for a fashion company.
Please email resumes with cover letters and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org
Zac Posen Design Intern:
Design interns will assist the design team in creating show collections and special projects. Responsibilities include:
* sewing, patterning, draping, sketching
* developing sewing techniques
* manipulating fabric
* using computer programs to develop various ideas
* dying fabric
* sourcing in the garment district
* organizing , cleaning and general upkeep of studio
* use of industrial sewing equipment
* general patterning and draping knowledge
* identification of fabric types
* attentiveness, reliability, attention to detail, ability to closely follow instruction and to work independently, time management, organization
other useful skills
* technical flats by hand
* computer programs including excel, photoshop, illustrator
* fabric dying experience
* familiarity with the garment district
Minimum availability- 3 full weekdays/ week for one full season (three months)
Please email resume, cover letter, and some examples of your work. Thank you.
Send Resumes to: email@example.com
Full-time web assistant for V Magazine:
Reply to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for a full/part-time web assistant/intern for V Magazine and VMAN Magazine. Duties include processing images, setting up blog posts, uploading fashion stories/articles, creating web graphics, help managing facebook/twitter, help managing ad server, help managing online distribution.
video editing skills
Right now the position is unpaid but could lead to a paid position based on work performance
Spring Graphic Design Intern, New York City Ballet:
Reply to: email@example.com
New York City Ballet is seeking a graphic design intern for the Spring semester – we will work with school schedules if applicable. The intern will work creatively within the Company’s brand style guide on various NYCB marketing materials (which include all collateral and brochures, posters, signage, outdoor, logos, print advertising, merchandise, exhibits, and some web graphics) with art direction from NYCB’s 2 in-house designers.
In addition to assisting with the design and production of marketing materials the intern will also be responsible for collecting research materials for various projects, helping to organize and archive jobs and ballet photography, and creating and mocking up comps when needed.
Qualifications: College junior/senior or graduate student, getting credit for the internship. Strong typographic skills, knowledge of Adobe CS3 (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator) and basic knowledge of black and white and color photographic processes and retouching. Portfolio required. 16 hours minimum per week. Unpaid for credit only. Travel stipend included.
Interested, qualified candidates should send a resume and pdf of a mini-portfolio to:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include SPRING 2010 GRAPHIC DESIGN INTERN in the subject line.