Textured dreadlocks, a dramatic ponytail, and a silky side-part!
Balmain was the first fashion house to create a position solely dedicated to the creative direction of hairstyling. Since then, mane man, Nabil Harlow has successfully shined a spotlight on the house’s newly restructured Balmain Paris Hair Couture category. Harlow just revealed his most recent campaign for Fall 2016. Photographed by Jean-Baptiste Mondino, the campaign stars Noémie for a second time and is divided into three, self-explanatory hairstyles: Graphic Silky Hair, Dramatic Ponytail, and Balmain Dreadlocks.
“I am very pleased to partner up with Noémie again. She embodies my vision of the Balmain woman in every way. She reflects power and confidence and is truly an icon,” said Harlow in a statement. “The Fall-Winter 2016 Campaign is about expressing a mix of emotion and movement. I created strong looks amplified by the movement of the hair, working with plain length, fabrics and textures.”