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FASHION Hensmans Artistic Team


Te architecturally acclaimed ‘Wing’ right at the heart of the Silverstone Grand Prix race track provided a formula one location for this graduate fashion extravaganza that took pole position in May this year. As headline sponsors together Hensmans and Schwarzkopf provided the entire backstage team and worked tirelessly to create catwalk hair for the 24 models. Schwarzkopf ’s Technical Manager, Stephen McDowell, got the show under starters orders with the results of a collaborative project that saw 4 key trends of Schwarzkopf Essential Looks embraced within the second year fashion degree curriculum. For the Essential Looks element of the show, the four winning designs for Dark Angel, Hip Opulent, Sports Junkie and Cool Hunter met with rapturous applause from the 1,000 strong audience. Te show continued to impress with wave after wave of top notch graduate collections.


Julie & John Hensman


Chequered flag for hair and fashion collaboration


A trail-blazing association between Hensmans, Schwarzkopf Professional and the University of Northampton Fashion Department goes into its fifth year in Grand Prix style.


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Te Hensmans team don’t just create fabulous hair for the all important graduate fashion show but support the students with hairdressing excellence through a series of shoots, fundraising auctions and the Year 2 Essential Looks project – it’s an association that evolves each year. Julie Hensman says “It’s so rewarding to give our time and energy to these talented young graduates and all of our team members enjoy giving their all to this project. Our expertise is the perfect complement to their hard work and creativity and I am very proud of the Hensmans team.”


Stephen McDowell commented, “I was blown away by the quality and professionalism of the graduate collections, particularly the micro collection that


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