Launch pad

A style soirée

Hair - - Editor's Letter - Priya Chaphekar and Kan­ishka Ram­chan­dani Text

I s it pos­si­ble for a hair brand to be a dom­i­nant player in high fash­ion? Toni&Guy, Bri­tain’s most cel­e­brated hairstyling brand, is one such sen­sa­tion that truly rules the charts both in the hairstyling and fash­ion cir­cles, thanks to its unique brand phi­los­o­phy of HairMeetWardrobe. As we waited in the me­dia lounge for the for­mal launch to start (get­ting a quick style makeover in the process), we were con­stantly con­fronted with the Tony&Guy HairMeetWardrobe theme and the idea of ‘dress­ing from head down’. The brand’s de­but em­pha­sised the rev­o­lu­tion­ary con­cept of how hair can be worn as an ac­ces­sory. The In­dian launch also co­in­cided with the 50th year celebration of Toni&Guy in the world of hair­dress­ing. The event was planned in the way of an avant-garde evening with an enthralling mu­si­cal per­for­mance, wit­nessed by the crème-de-la-crème of the fash­ion and film fra­ter­nity. Toni&Guy’s HairMeetWardrobe Global Hair Am­bas­sador Mark Hamp­ton and of­fi­cial fash­ion stylist Man­ish Arora to­gether brought to life the brand’s HairMeetWardrobe phi­los­o­phy by lend­ing their cre­ative sen­si­bil­i­ties to hairstyling and wardrobe, re­spec­tively.

Soha Ali Khan the rock­ing

Clas­sic look

Shibani Dan­dekar play­ing the host

Malaika Arora Khan

look sport­ing the Glam­our Anusha Dan­dekar wear­ing the chic Ca­sual look

by Shia­mak Davar’s troupe Mu­si­cal per­for­mance

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