Jarred went to Style Week courtesy of Fudge


London Style Week Males’s is a seasonal fash fest that hits London in January and June earlier than rolling by means of Paris, Milan and NYC. Fudge Skilled hooks up a handful of designers for hair groups each season and this season MB was allowed to ask a barber alongside for a peak into the workings of catwalk reveals. The present in query was Christopher Raeburn and the barber on our secret mission was Jarred Liddington @jarredsbarbers.

First MB dropped by the Mannequin Village Lounge @modelvillage.co at 100 Wardour Avenue (which occurs to be our MOBAA’s – Trendy Barber Awards venue!). Mannequin Village is an app that connects fashions and influencers to manufacturers, guaranteeing that mannequin and model capitalise on their social media engagement. Barber and photographer Kevin Luchmun was available together with his pop-up studio to type and {photograph} the fashions giving them beneficial content material for his or her books and Jarred a contemporary snap too!

On to the British Style Council Present House on the Strand to sneak backstage to observe the final half hour of prep and rehearsals however not earlier than Jarred was stopped for just a little paparazzi second by about ten photographers. The Fudge Skilled Hair Staff created ‘drenched’ hair appears that have been plastered down as if the fashions have been simply rising from water. It’s a reference to the designers concentrate on accountable vogue and eco ethics. ALOT of Fudge Gloss Serum, Curve Restoration and Hair Gum created the appears. Backstage MB and Jarred caught up with Sid Sottung and Daniel Rymer doing their bit.

So what did Jarred make of all of it? “Being at London Style Week was a fantastic expertise and a tremendous alternative to see a distinct edge to barbering and the way it moulds seamlessly with the excessive finish vogue business. It’s a great distance from what I’m used to standing behind my chair! I particularly preferred seeing merchandise I do know getting used and combined collectively to create a singular look. On the floor backstage appeared chaotic and was laborious to soak up at first however I shadowed among the Fudge group and it rapidly turned clear that it was truly an extremely organised system; every particular person was a cog in a properly oiled machine. Everybody knew their function, labored to a decent schedule and dealing collectively, they moved every mannequin down a conveyor belt of hair, make-up and pictures. Whereas at LFWM, I managed to drop in on Kevin Luchmun’s pop-up store Soho. He’s somebody that, like many different barbers, I look as much as as an inspiration in all facets of each hair and images. Having the ability to chat with him and get his first hand perception on Style Week was an actual pleasure.”


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