In fashion, I refuse to see hair as
something separate. It's everything.
I want the hair, makeup and clothes
to come together as one.
The concept of "Maison Parisienne de la Coiffure" is an
exclusive house of hairdressing formed in the tradition of
Parisian haute couture where the art of hairdressing is
revered, practiced and perfected.
I want to transmit the idea of hair as
a garment that can both embody and
transcend fashion, thereby inspiring
hairdressers to see their craft as bespoke
An ultra-modern neck piece incorporates the model's own hair, adding a layer of rich, dark brown textured hair over a mane of graduated flaming reds. A fresh take on the idea of ombre colour!
The idea behind this visual is to show hair as a carefully crafted geometric piece that is worn as a head piece, incorporating the model's own hair and a range of hair colour that challenges the perception of one head with one colour, I love the idea of multi-dimensional colour on the same head of hair.
This visual is about viewing hair as a couture piece; literally a hair dress that stems from the head. Couture in terms of quality and colour placement. Viewing hair in terms of craftmanship, design and execution analogous to haute couture empowers us as hairdressers responsible to inspire and lead fashion.
Renowned for his exceptional cutting skills and lightness of touch. Peter Gray is
among the world's most celebrated hairstylists. His innovative partnership with
experimental fashion photographers, such as Sølve Sundsbø, Miles Aldridge and
Richard Burdridge in the late 90's, established Gray as a leading force in the field
of creative hair.
A prolific and imaginative image-maker, Gray has contributed to editorial shoots
or a range of luxury and fashion titles including Italian, American and British Vogue
and Harper's Bazaar.
His styling has appeared in advertising campaigns around the world. Gray has
also created statement runway looks for numerous fashion houses and