The NÁTTÚRA woman is ethereal and diaphanous, an expression of the serene and peaceful strength of a goddess who stands above space and time. A beauty that does not need to be seductive as it embodies the essence of nature. Wind, fire and ice: these are the primal forces that move her akin to a Nordic legend of dragons, enchanted forests and snowy landscapes. Her colours are as warm, pure and enveloping as those that are created by the spring and summer light.
Timeless, minimalist yet highly impressive, the work of Angelo Seminara transmits emotions: the beauty is achieved through simplicity. The nature of Iceland provides the inspiration that emerges in his artistic creations due to the particular texture and evocative use of colour, made possible by the skilful use of Davines Colour space products (Mask, L’ Art Decolour, Finest Pigments, Alchemic).
The burn’t colours of nature are recreated through contrasts of copper and ash tones, colours that recall the effect of sunlight penetrating through the woods. Short geometric cuts with an androgynous feel become eccentric and soft looks. The image of trees stirred by the wind on a sunny day of spring becomes the inspiration for a long haircut with faded colours, made dynamic with harmonic motion. Blonde veils over-layed on dark bases suggest a frozen feeling, a versatile classic medium-length cut is embellished with voluminous texture on the tips and animated by transversal bleaching that weave patterns throughout the hair; the cuts common for Scandinavian children during the 1960s provide the inspiration for a bob with a short fringe and a two-tone colour to give depth to the look .
The first collection conceived by Davines’ new artistic director distinguishes itself for its refinement, simplicity and elegance, qualities that are expressed through a love for nature that marries perfectly Davines’ philosophy of Sustainable Beauty.Category: [ Davines News ]