Berlin Fashion Week 2016

En vogue hairstyles for the Berlin Fashion Week

La Biosthétique backstage at Marc Cain Fashion Show

La Biosthetique was one of the official sponsors of Berlin Fashion Week working backstage on shows such as the tropical themed ‘Happy Hour’ collection by Marc Cain.

A catwalk show that took on epic proportions, over 30 La Biosthetique stylists worked backstage at the epic Marc Cain Spring Summer 2016/17 collection show at Berlin Fashion Week. The Marc Cain fashion house treated all guests to a front row seat along a purposefully constructed 150m long zigzag catwalk decorated with 80 different Parsian rugs and over 50 models wearing the latest Spring Summer collection.

The hair styling for the show was just as impressive with every model wearing a different style, from a side braid to a loose pony or a drop bun each look was individually crafted to suit the model.

“We tried to give every model their own look and feel. The focus for the hair was beautiful shiny hair in a range of undone casual looks.” Alexander Dinter La Biosthetique International Creative Director.

Held at the City Cube in Berlin, the renowned fashion company partnered with La Biosthetique to not only create the looks for the catwalk but to also style the hair and make-up for some of their attendees on a most impressive VIP guest list which included the likes of hollywood actress and supermodel Milla Jovovich, supermodel Alessandra Ambrosio, starblogger Charlotte Groeneveld, acting icon Iris Berben and singer Lena Meyer-Landrut.

Working behind the scenes at the show was Australian La Biosthetique representative Theo Dimitri. Theo’s talent for session styling has seen him work on a range of shows for La Biosthetique including both Australian and Paris fashion weeks. We can’t wait to see what he does next!

Behind the scenes at Dorothee Schumacher

La Biosthetique partnered with renowned German designer Dorothee Schumacher to style her show at Berlin Fashion Week.

Set in the grand location of Elizabeth church in Berlin, the show was an impressive collection of the feminine designs created by Schumacher. The space was adorned with large round white lights and a reflective silver catwalk that took on a classic sophistication which complimented the simple designs and cool blue tones seen throughout Schumacher’s entire collection.

Inspired by the simplicity and sophistication of the collection the La Biosthetique’s international creative director, Alexander Dinter, created a strong sleek look to enhance the designs. The hair was styled with a strong middle part, a sleek wet look through the top and softer, slightly floating ends.

“We wanted to create a wet look that still had texture and movement through the ends. The style was achieved by building up layers of Style Promade through the top, to give the hair the wet look, then combing through Molding Cream in the mid-lengths and ends for textured moveable ends.” Alexander Dinter

“We wanted to create a wet look that still had texture and movement through the ends. The style was achieved by building up layers of Style Promade through the top, to give the hair the wet look, then combing through Molding Cream in the mid-lengths and ends for textured moveable ends.” Alexander Dinter