If Carine Roitfeld styled film noir which was directed by Tom Ford, the result might look a little like Brodie Lee Stubbins latest collection ‘Existential.’

Fascinated by the design aesthetic of the French film noir, Brodie has used a wardrobe of super strong silhouettes, counterposed with a gossamer light sleeve here or a puffball skirt there to soften the mood. Make-up sees a strong lip with a nude eye or a smoking-hot eye à la Roitfeld with a pared down mouth.

Experimenting with texture on the hair, Existential sees Brodie construct six very unique images that validate her styling expertise: an ethereal braid, a neo-mullet, a finger wave, a gamine crop and incredible puff ball of hair and a tightly coiled head which gives a totally 21st century slant on curly hair.

The girls, six modern femme fatales, feel imperious and yet accessible, sexy but in a totally aloof hands-off kind off kind of way. These are the girls who girls want to be and boys want to be with but there is a distinct ‘you can’t sit with us” vibe emanating from them.

In Existential, Brodie shows a commitment to experiment with innovative shape, creating a collection which is still overwhelmingly editorial. This is Vogue Paris: simultaneously utterly modern and completely classic.   

Collection Credits
Collection Name: Existential Hair: Brodie Lee Stubbins
Finalist, 2017 AHFA Queensland Hairdresser of the Year
Salon: Rokstar Salon, Brisbane, Queensland rokstar.com.au
Photography: Jenni Hare
Make Up: Sarah Smith
Stylist: Sarah Birchley

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