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Floral motifs are digitally printed on blonde hair in a new baroque-inspired collection

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March 8, 2021

Grace Ebert

All images © Alexis Ferrer / Rafael Andreu, shared with permission

To add to the floral patterns woven into garments, the Barcelona-based stylist has Alexis Ferrer has developed a printing method that embellishes dull bobs and marcel waves with rich, colorful patterns inspired by “the best fabrics for the 18th century French bourgeoisie”. The resulting series is called La favorite– It was photographed by Rafael Andreu and has model Emma Carter– and combines motifs in baroque style with modern technology and marks blonde extensions with peonies, butterflies and birds through a digital process that took years to develop.

This current iteration is an extension of a 2012 project that used black and white photos of The glow and Pyschoalthough the methods of higher resolution printing and digitally generated inks in full color have evolved. “I have to admit that the first impressions on the hair were a challenge. It took me two months to get good results with high definition. By mixing technology with our craftsmanship, we were able to recreate these wonderful patterns on your hair, ”Ferrer said in an interview with VIOLATE.

See more behind the scenes pictures documenting both the printing techniques and the final presentation on Ferrers Instagram. (over Kottke)

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