GET THE LOOK: NOON BY NOOR SPRING SUMMER 2019

Posted on by Cameron Tewson

Kicking of New York Fashion Week with a palette of dusty tones, Sand, Pink Sand and Blue Haze are that were inspired from landscapes of dunes, sea and sky. These shades work back to a core of clean Optic White and Black. Colours work as tone on tone in the textural ‘Palm’ print as well as the second print, a delicate hand drawn stripe, offered in a combination of two opposing colour ways. Perfectly Noon by Noor.

The collection silhouettes were influenced by traditional Middle Eastern costume, which also inspires the manipulation of printed lines around the body. Easier pieces are cut with movement and have planes of striped cloth, tucked and folded to offer distorted optical patterns.

To achieve the hair, get the look and products from Mr. Smith below:

Step 1: Spray Mr. Smith texture spray onto dry hair and gently comb through with large comb

Step 2: Towel dry hair and use a round brush, starting at the crown area to smooth and flatten, and then the ends to tuck under and polish.

Step 3: Starting at the nape, spray Mr. Smith Hairspray, prior to tonging the hair in horizontal sections

Step 4: Using a paddle brush, gently brush hair and finish with three-to-four drops of Mr. Smith serum

Mr Smith Texture Spray, Hairspray and Serum all available at Mr Smith.

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