Cast in Covent Garden and shot in Shoreditch, the fashion and feeling of this collection provides a very tangible nod to London fashion and popular culture. Specifically, the spirit of the collection is infused with a cool retrospective of Chelsea’s Kings Road, a cultural landmark that was once synonymous with mod style and swinging sophistication.
Focusing on Scott’s signature aesthetic of creative yet commercial styling, precision cutting with maximum wearability is key throughout the collection, with ‘60s-esque geometric angles providing really strong framing to the face. The look is sharp, defined and impeccably finished.
Femininity, however, prevails via Jordan’s softening of texture and use of a natural colour palette. High shine also plays a key role, inducing a sense of luxury and opulence into the overall look, cementing an inspirational stimulus that sits firmly within the sophisticated chapters of the era.
In keeping with the 1960’s vibe, quintessential fashion styling cues feature including a high polo neck, tailored collar and expensive fabric choices in the vein of a Cavanagh Suit. Make up has been kept very natural and neutral to contemporize the collection, whilst the photographic crop has been kept tight to maintain a focal point on the hair.
Photographer: Jack Eames
Hair Stylist: Scott Sloan
Creative Colourist: Jordan Hone
Fashion Stylist: Clare Frith
Make-up Artist: Maddie Austin
Creative Colourist of the Year Finalist 2015
New Creative Force of the Year Finalist 2015
Fame Team Australia Member 2015
NSW Hairdresser of the Year Finalist 2016
State Salon of the Year 2016
Salon of the Year 2016
Hot Shots Fashionista 2017
Best Commercial Collection 2017
NSW Hairdresser of the Year 2017
L'Oréal Colour Trophy Finalists 2018