A fashionable celebration of femininity, the style was inspired by androgynous ballerina buns. A neat and precise look, hair was slicked back into a small bun at the nape of the neck complimented by a side parting to add that touch of femininity.

After the show Olivia said:

“I worked with the RUSH Session Team to convey the ‘femme fatale’ vision I had when I first designed the collection. I wanted the hair to be very slick and sharp with a defined side parting and a bun in the nape of the neck to create an androgynous glamour. The RUSH Session Team executed this flawlessly with a super high gloss finish that automatically brought together the empowered vision I had for AW11. I loved working with Sam and the RUSH team – and would like to pass my thanks to them all, especially Sam.”

In the news:
Kiss And Makeup | Backstage at London Fashion Week: Olivia Rubin A/W 2011 GALLERY
Amelia’s Magazine | London Fashion Week A/W 2011 Catwalk Review: Olivia Rubin


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