New York Men's Day Fall with Oribe

Oribe was the hair sponsor for New York Men’s Day on Wednesday, February 11. The day was split into two sessions of six designers each, with the 12 presentations spread out across Industria Studios in Manhattan’s West Village. Several top editors and style influencers attended the presentations, which were packed and well-received. Oribe educators, supported by stylists from our incredible salon network, were behind the hair looks created for each show. Here are a few of the styles:

Lucio Castro
Hair by Ramona Eschbach

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For the Lucio Castro Fall/Winter 2015 presentation, lead hairstylist Ramona Eschbach created a grungy, skater boy look to complement the collection, which was accented by spray-painted gold shoes. “The hair is very flat to the head,” Eschbach said. “It’s supposed to look a day or two old.”

Get the Look:

1. Wet the hair with​ Foundation Mist,​ then work​ Crème for Style through the hair. Blow-dry on low pressure and low heat to flatten the hair. 

2. Use a little Après Beach Wave and Shine Spray to add some grit.

David Hart
Hair by Kien Hoang

This season’s David Hart presentation was set up to resemble the famous Hatfields vs. McCoys battle, with two groups of men congregated around barrels of hay on opposite sides of the room. The collection featured American Southwest, Western and Aztec inspirations with a refined finish. The models, styled by lead hairstylist Kien Hoang, were supposed to look rugged, a different approach than the usual tailored looks he’s created for the designer in the past. “The guys were supposed to look like they were working all day at the ranch,” Hoang explained. “Their hair was a little greasy.”

Get the Look:

1. Use​ Foundation Mist​ to reawaken the hair.

2. Apply​ Sculpting Cream​ to your fingers and run through the hair, playing with its natural texture and movement. “The style should look natural but purposeful,” Hoang noted.

3. Add​ Apres Beach Wave and Shine Spray for a little greasiness and texture and​ Dry Texturizing Spray​ at the roots for lift and separation.

4. For longer hair, create loose braids and tie them with leather cords.

Garcia Velez
Hair by Louis Orozco

The Fall/Winter 2015 Garcia Velez collection is very simple and tailored with stylish accents, so lead hairstylist Louis Orozco complemented the designs with James Dean hair. “It’s a little disheveled, tousled and fun,” he said. “I looked at what the hair wanted to do naturally and accentuated that.”

Get the Look:

1. Use​ Foundation Mist​ towel down the hair, then rub Crème for Style​ through your hands and apply it to the hair.

2. Add Dry Texturizing Spray where needed for more texture and separation.

 

About: Oribe Hair Care was founded in 2009 by renowned hairstylist Oribe Canales and industry veterans Daniel Kaner and Tevya Finger. Oribe Hair Care crafts exclusive artisanal blends of the finest hair formulations for the glamorous and hair-obsessed. Built upon a rich heritage of hairstyling, fashion and artistry, this truly unique collection was created for taste-driven individuals who know that personal style, perfectly expressed and paired with excellence, is the ultimate luxury. To learn more visit oribe.com

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