La Biosthetique at Nobi Talai
The La BIosthetique Hair and Make Up team take to the runway with Nobi TalAi
The German-Persian fashion designer Nobieh Talaei has justifiably been dubbed a rising star of the fashion scene with her Berlin label “Nobi Talai”. The label, which was only founded in 2015, has already won several accolades, including BUNTE’s New Faces Award Style in the category “Young Fashion Designer”, and is regarded by the trade press as the “new hope for German fashion”. Today, the day before the end of Fashion Week, it is the brand’s second season and is creating a stir in Paris, the epicentre of fashion. As if it wasn’t hectic enough at Place de la Concorde, the heart of Parisian traffic between Jardin des Tuileries and Avenue des Champs-Élysées, designer Nobieh Talaei has chosen this very location to introduce her new “NT.05 Spring/Summer” collection in Galerie nationale du Jeu de Paume.
La Biosthétique styled the 20 models for the fashion show: Star stylist Alexander Dinter and his team of experts, including Kathrin Zenk, Jörg Oppermann, Alexander von Trentini, Dashi Krasnici, Theo Dimitri and Serdal Bengi from Germany conjured up creative and modern looks to match the designer’s fashion show outfits. The hairstyles mainly focused on braids on the right of the head. The hair on the left was worn loose. A very casual and cool, asymmetric and modern look. Thickening Cream and Powder Spray were used to finish the styles.
The clothes and hairstyles were perfectly completed by the matching make-up: Cyrill Zen from the La Biosthétique salon Cyrill Zen in Munich worked with stylists Maryam Zarai, Tamara Hess, Milana Fuß and Kristina Volkov to give faces a fresh shine. The focus was the “Crunchy Look”. The eyes were particularly emphasised: graphic eyebrows that still looked natural. Lashes were finished with a burgundy mascara, and lips shimmered in soft shades of peach. The models’ cheeks shone in cool silver (Glamour Kit Silver) or gold shades. Cyrill Zen even revealed one of his styling tips: “Always thinly apply foundation. If necessary, first cover up any unevenness with concealer. Less is more!”