Unique, colorful, and striking, pop style has always been super popular, with lettering, crazy colors, and quirky, original prints.
We are increasingly aware of how past trends are not that far from our current ones. Everything flows, returns and is reinterpreted for the modern world.
Plus, we cannot forget Andy Warhol, one of the greatest exponents of pop art, who influenced not only art but also fashion. Fashion-forward looks feature geometric shapes and striking graphic lines with distinct lines and details that never go unnoticed.
They are important for expressing and distinguishing one’s personality.
Today we reinterpret our woman with strong, clean lines.
Layered hair makes way for accentuated volumes dried with a smooth rock effect. Color also follows these new shapes. This winter focuses not on specific lengths, but on strong contrasts that frame the face. This is the Aldo Coppola Go woman for fall-winter 2014.